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    General Surgery

    General Surgery

    General surgery is a surgical speciality that focuses on abdominal contents including esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, liver, pancreas, gallbladder and bile ducts, and often the thyroid gland (depending on local reference patterns).

    General Surgeries:

     

    • Haemorrhoidectomy (Stapler & Tackers Excluded)
    • Haemorrhoidectomy + Fissurectormy (Stapler & Tackers Excluded)
    • Fissurectormy & Fissure Dilatation
    • High end fistulectomy
    • Low end fistulectomy
    • Appendectomy (Lap)
    • Appendectomy (Open)
    • Cholesystectomy (Lap)
    • Cholesystectomy (Open)
    • Excision of pilonidal sinus with FLAP Cover
    • Excision of pilonidal sinus primary closure
    • Mastectomy (Simple)
    • Mastectomy (Radical)
    • Thyroidectomy (Total/ Subtotal )
    • Inguinal hernioplastry- Unilateral (Mesh included )  open
    • Inguinal hernioplastry- Unilateral (Mesh included )  lap
    • Inguinal hernioplastry- Bilateral (Mesh included )  open
    • Inguinal hernioplastry- Bilateral (Mesh included )  lap
    • Umbilical Hernioplasty (Mesh included) – open
    • Umbilical Hernioplasty (Mesh included) – lap
    • Incisional Hernioplasty (Mesh included) – open
    • Incisional Hernioplasty (Mesh included) – lap
    • Circumcision (Day care)
    • Perianal Abscess
    • Breast lumpectomy
    • AV Fistula (Day care)
    • Hydrocele
    • Right or left hemi coloctomy
    • Resection and Anastomosis of small intestine (single)
    • Exploratory laparotomy
    • ERCP – EPT / Stenting / Stone removal

     

    General Surgeon: 

     

    Dr. G. L Maiya

    Dr. Nagendra Baliga

     

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