General Surgery

Hernia

Hernia

Hernia is an opening formed by the lining of the abdominal cavity. Abdominal wall hernia occurs when the contents of the intestine bulges out of the abdominal wall. Hernias are developed at birth (congenital) or may appear later (acquired).

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Gall Stones

Gallstones are hard deposits of digestive fluid (bile) that develop in the gallbladder (a small, pear-shaped organ located on the right side of the abdomen just below the liver). Gallstones may be as small as grain of sand to as big as a golf ball.

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Gall Stones
Appendicitis

Appendicitis

The appendix is a finger-shaped tube 3½-inches long extending from the right side of the large intestine. The exact function of this organ is not very clear. Appendicitis is a condition in which the appendix becomes inflamed and filled with pus.

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Cholecystitis

Cholecystitis is a medical condition that involves inflammation of the gallbladder, a small organ near the liver, causing severe abdominal pain. The pain is felt more on the right side under the ribs and may also travel down to the back or the right shoulder.

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Cholecystitis
Hepatitis

Hepatitis

Hepatitis is a condition characterized by inflammation of the liver. Commonly caused by a viral infection hepatitis can also occur as a result of an autoimmune condition, certain medications, drugs, toxins or alcohol.

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Acute Pancreatitis

The pancreas, located in the abdomen, is responsible for the production of digestive juices and the hormones insulin and glucagon. Inflammation of the pancreas leads to a condition called pancreatitis. Pancreatitis can be acute or chronic.

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Acute Pancreatitis
Chronic Pancreatitis

Chronic Pancreatitis

The pancreas is an organ located behind the stomach that produces digestive enzymes and the hormones insulin and glucagon, which help maintain normal sugar levels in the blood and intestinal function respectively. Inflammation of the pancreas leads to a condition called pancreatitis.

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Gastro-esophageal Reflux Disease

The esophagus is a muscular passage which carries food from the mouth to the stomach. The lower esophageal sphincter (LES) is a circular band of muscles at the lower end of the esophagus that acts a barrier between esophagus and the stomach.

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Gastro-esophageal Reflux Disease
Warts

Warts

Warts are harmless outgrowths on the skin caused by human papilloma virus (HPV) infection. They grow on all body parts including face, fingers, feet, legs, hands, knees, inside your mouth, and on the genital and rectal areas.

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Hernia Repair

A hernia is a bulge or protrusion of an organ or fatty tissue through a weakened area in the muscle or connective tissue in which the organ is enclosed.

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Hernia Repair
Cholecystectomy

Cholecystectomy

The gallbladder is a small pear-shaped storage organ located under the liver on the right side of the abdomen. It stores bile (yellowish-brown fluid) produced by the liver, which is required to digest fat.

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Appendectomy

Appendectomy is the surgical removal of appendix, a small finger-shaped organ attached to the cecum (first part of the colon).

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Appendectomy