Overview & Features
Department of General Surgery is comprised of board certified surgeons who provide evaluation and treatment for a full range of general surgery conditions.Our surgeons provide excellent patient centred care, engage in cutting edge research & mentor the next generation surgeons
Department of General Surgery provides evaluation & treatment of the full range of complex General Surgery problems, often working in colleague in other specialities collaborative in referring physician is emphasized as essential to optimal patient management
General Surgery Specialises in the following areas
Surgical management of stomach, small bowel, large bowel, Cancer management ,Peptic Ulcer disease, Hepatobiliary & pancreatic disease, diabetic foot-advanced management of Foot related problems, All varieties of Hernia treatment, Thyroid Problems, Salivary gland problems, Advanced piles, Fistula, Pilonidal Sinus Surgery, All kinds of Paediatric surgical problems, Any lump over body, Skin grafting, Breast Comprehensive Care, we offer latest information on breast health care, cancer research & treatment options from a unique multidisciplinary programme
Division of minimally invasive surgery specialises in the surgical treatment of gastrointestinal and Abdominal wall diseases .The division has particular expertise in foregut- a part of the body that consist of the esophagus (the tube connecting your mouth to your stomach), Stomach, Small Bowel
Additionally we offer surgery for Benign gallbladder diseases (Gallstone, Biliary colic) and a wide range of Hermias (inguinal, Ventral, incisional, umbilical, Epigastric, Hiatal and paraesophageal).
Our Surgeons Utilize the most advanced minimally invasive techniques to perform safe and precise procedures with small incision, leading to quicker recovery times, less scarring, shorter hospital stays, with reduced blood loss for patients.
Our Advanced treatment Approaches
Laparoscopic surgery uses a small camera and instruments to reach internal organs through minor incisions. The camera allows the surgeon to view the organs on a long incisions surgery, minimal invasive or laparoscopic surgery is associated with less pain and shorter recovery time.
The benefits of minimally invasive surgery can include:
Low risk of infection
Short hospital stay, quick recovery time
Reduced blood loss
While minimally invasive surgery effectively reduces time and gives surgeons greater control, it is not for everyone. Sometimes traditional open surgery provides surgeons better access to the area to be treated and sometimes a patient’s age physical condition and surgical history may necessitates open surgery