Services & Procedures

Skin and Soft Tissues
  • Incision & drainage
  • Debridement
  • Lymph node excision
  • Excision of dermoid & sebaceous cysts, corn, lipomas, neurofibromas, ganglion
  • Fasciotomy
  • Amputation for dry and wet gangrene
Surgeries on Salivary Glands
  • Superficial parotidectomy for Pleomorphic adenoma, Warthin’s tumor
  • Total parotidectomy
  • Excision of submandibular gland for tumor and calculi
Surgeries on Breast
  • Incision & drainage of breast abscess
  • Enucleation of fibroadenoma
  • Microdochectomy/excision of multiple ducts for duct ectasia
  • Simple mastectomy for Cystosarcoma Phyllodes
  • Breast conservation surgery (BCS)
  • Modified radical mastectomy (MRM)
Surgeries on Thyroid & Parathyroid
  • Hemithyroidectomy
  • Subtotal thyroidectomy
  • Near total thyroidectomy
  • Total thyroidectomy
  • Parathyroidectomy
Surgeries of Abdominal Wall & Groin
  • Open onlay/preperitoneal mesh repair for ventral hernias (epigastric, umbilical, paraumbilical, incisional, lumbar)
  • Modified herniorraphy for inguinal hernias
  • Lichtenstein’s mesh repair for inguinal hernias
  • Open femoral hernia repair
  • Laparoscopic transabdominal preperitoneal repair (TAPP)
  • Totally extraperitoneal repair (TEP)
  • Laparoscopic herniotomy
Surgeries of External Genitalia
  • Dorsal slit
  • Circumcision
  • Vasectomy
  • Orchidectomy
  • Orchidopexy
  • Epididymal cyst excision
  • Open/laparoscopic varicocele excision
  • Hydrocele surgery
  • Penile amputation
Foregut Surgeries
  • Open/laparoscopic anti-reflux surgeries – Nissen’s, Toupet, Dor Fundoplication
  • Open/laparoscopic Heller’s cardiomyotomy
  • Thoracoabdominal/thoracoscopic/transhiatal esophagectomy
  • Esophageal conduits
  • Vagotomy – truncal, selective & highly selective
  • Gastrectomy – subtotal, distal, total – Billroth’s Type I, II & variants
  • Gastric drainage procedures – Stamm’s, Witzel’s, gastrojejunostomy, pyloroplasty
Gall Bladder
  • Cholecystectomy – open & laparoscopic
  • Repair/reconstruction of biliary tract – hepaticojejunostomy, choledochoduodenostomy
  • Radical cholecystectomy for gall bladder carcinoma
Surgeries on Pancreas, Spleen and Adrenals
  • Whipple’s pancreaticoduodenectomy
  • Pancreatectomy – Frey’s, Beger’s, Whipple’s & distal
  • Lateral Pancreaticojejunostomy (LPJ)
  • Pancreatic necrosectomy
  • Laparoscopic/open pancreatic pseudocyst drainage –
  • Cystogastrojejunostomy,Cystojejunostomy.
  • Open/laparoscopic splenectomy
  • Adrenalectomy
Surgeries on Liver
  • Liver abscess drainage
  • Laparoscopic/open hydatid cyst drainage
  • Portal hypertension surgeries – portocaval, splenorenal (central & distal), Mesocaval shunts
  • Hepatectomy of different kinds
Midgut & Hindgut Surgeries
  • Small bowel resections
  • Mesenteric cyst excision
  • Laparoscopic/open Meckel’s diverticulectomy
  • Laparoscopic/open stomas – feeding jejunostomy, Ileostomy, colostomy
  • Open/laparoscopic/hand-assisted right hemicolectomy
  • Open/laparoscopic/hand-assisted left hemicolectomy
  • Open/laparoscopic/hand-assisted transverse colectomy
  • Open/laparoscopic/hand-assisted sigmoid colectomy
  • Open/laparoscopic/hand-assisted total colectomy
  • Open/laparoscopic/hand-assisted anterior resection
  • Open/laparoscopic/hand-assisted abdominoperineal resection
  • Open/ laparoscopic/hand-assisted total proctocolectomy with ileal pouch anal anastomosis
  • Open/laparoscopic rectosigmoidopexy
  • Rectovaginal/rectovesical repair for fistula
Surgeries on Anus and Perineum
  • Stapled/minimally invasive procedure for haemorrhoids (MIPH)
  • Sclerotherapy, banding
  • Fissurectomy
  • Open hemorrhoidectomy
  • Lateral sphincterotomy (LIS)
  • Perianal & ischiorectal abscess drainage
  • Fistulectomy
  • Pilonidal sinus surgery
Surgeries for Morbid Obesity

The epidemic of obesity has been increasing globally, with major public health and financial implications. Developed countries were initially more affected, but now developing countries are increasingly contributing to the epidemic.

Obesity is associated with increased risk of mortality due to problems related to the metabolic syndrome, as well as increased intra-abdominal pressure (IAP). The metabolic syndrome is associated with insulin resistance and type II Diabetes Mellitus, hyperlipidemia and systemic hypertension. Increased abdominal pressure is associated with obesity hypoventilation, gastroesophageal reflux disease, stress urinary incontinence, pseudotumorcerebri and venous insufficiency. Central obesity is responsible for sleep apnea and degenerative joint disease. In addition to this, cancers of the endometrium, colon, renal cell, breast and prostate are found to be more common in the obese.

Today more laparoscopic bariatric procedures are being performed than open procedures annually, worldwide. By reducing the size of the surgical incision and decreasing the operative trauma from abdominal wall retractors and mechanical retraction of the abdominal viscera, the surgical insult is less after laparoscopy, as compared to open surgery. Decreased post-operative pain, lower rate of wound related complications, reduced incidence of postoperative incisional hernia and faster recovery are the other advantages of the laparoscopic technique.

  • Bariatric Surgical Options
  • Malabsorptive procedures
  • Jejunoileal bypass
  • Combined Malabsorptive & Restrictive Procedures
  • Biliopancreatic diversion
  • BPD with duodenal switch
  • Gastric bypass
  • Purely Restrictive Procedures
  • Gastroplasty
  • Gastric band
  • Sleeve gastrectomy

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