Huge Gallstone Removed
May27

Huge Gallstone Removed

Huge Gall stones removed by Laparoscopic surgery. Whole of Gall bladder was filled up by four huge stones, each larger than a two rupees coin. Patient was asking how such big stones developed. All stones start as sand particles. Gradually they aggregate over years to form such big stones. It’s like a child growing in the womb of a mother. This patient had a huge Gall bladder full of pus. Removal of such gall bladder is tricky...

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Rs 10 coin removed from abdomen
May10

Rs 10 coin removed from abdomen

Ten rupees coin removed from the stomach without operation. Patents and family physician were hoping it will come out. After waiting for seven days, they came to me. I removed it endoscopically. Such large foreign body should have been removed on day one itself. Too large for it to come out naturally.

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P V Doshi Hospital

Consulting Timings: 11.30 AM to 12.00 PM daily except Sunday Address:  Poonam Nagar, Shanti Park, Mira Road (E), Thane, Maharashtra 401107 Phone: 022 6900...

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Varicose Eczema

Introduction Varicose eczema is a type of eczema that affects the legs. Like all types of eczema, the skin becomes red, flaky, scaly and itchy. Varicose eczema is also known as venous eczema or gravitational eczema. Varicose eczema usually develops in the skin over and around varicose veins. It is usually a minor annoyance and leads to no major problems. Eczema Eczema is the name for a group of skin conditions that cause dry,...

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Breast cancer (female)

Introduction Breast cancer is the most common cancer.  Most are over 50, but younger women, and in rare cases, men, can also get breast cancer. A woman’s breasts are made up of fat, connective tissue and thousands of tiny glands, known as lobules, which produce milk. If a woman has a baby, the milk is delivered to the nipple through tiny tubes called ducts, which allow her to breastfeed. Our bodies are made up of billions of...

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