Gastroenterology

The branch of medicine dealing with the digestive system and its disorders.

Gall bladder Surgery:

Gall bladder surgery had become quite common considering our changing lifestyle.

This surgery is most commonly performed for gall stones; which have posed a great health burden all around the world. More>>>

Hernia:

Hernia develops when an organ squeezes through a weakness in the surrounding wall or fascia of your body. Normally, our organs are surrounded by strong walls so that what is inside stays inside.

But if a weakness develops for whatever reason; it predisposes you to developing hernias. Hernias most commonly occur around the tummy. More>>>

Inflammatory bowel diseases:

Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs) are a group of diseases that are characterized by the chronic inflammation of the inner lining of the intestine.

Most common of these are:

  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Crohn’s disease. More>>>

Laparoscopic surgery:

Laparoscopic (Pronounced la-pa-ro-sko-pik) surgery is also commonly called keyhole surgery.

Laparo means the loins or the abdominal wall in general while and scopic derives from scope meaning to assess or investigate something.

Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgical operation where only small incisions are made then the surgeon will insert some surgical instruments together with a camera on a tube in order to view inside and also to treat any existing problems. More>>>

Liver cirrhosis:

Liver cirrhosis simply means that the liver tissue develops scar tissue. The food we eat, after it has gone through the intestines and the nutrients have been filtered into the blood, it will go through the liver.

Also most of the drugs we take have to be metabolized in the liver. So all this exposes the liver to so much insult. More>>>

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