Gynecomastia Surgery
Jun14

Gynecomastia Surgery

Enlarged male breast removed from a teenager almost of the size of a female breast of equivalent age. This is called gynaecomastia.

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Sebaceous cyst removal
Jun04

Sebaceous cyst removal

Sebaceous cyst – a very common problem which occurs due to sweat collection in the skin. Sweat collects because the pore from which it secretes gets blocked. Gradually they increase in size and often get infected. So it’s generally suggested that one should get rid of it by a minor surgery.

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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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How to cure piles without much pain
Jul19

How to cure piles without much pain

After Italian surgeon introduced stapled hemorrhoidopexy in the  early 90’s and it has been a broadly accepted practice in Europe. This procedure avoids wounding the delicate perianal area thus reducing postoperative pain considerably. The leading stage of stapled hemorrhoidopexy is  removal of irregularly swollen pileal tissue.  This technique employs a unique circular stapler which reduces the  degree of prolapse by excising a...

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512 stones found in Gall bladder
Aug24

512 stones found in Gall bladder

(Dr. B C Shah recently performed Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy on Mr. N_____ G______ who had 512 stones!) Mr. N_____ G______ came to me with history of chronic pain in upper abdomen. The pain would get aggravated after meals. His sonography revealed that his gall bladder was distended & full of stones. I performed Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy on him. It was a difficult case as there were lot of adhesions. The gall bladder was...

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