Surgical- Hegde Hospital

Surgical

Dr. Prashant Hegde
MS (General Surgery) FSGE (NIMS),

Post Masters in general Surgery, did a fellowship in Surgical Gastroenterology at NIMS and continued to work there for 4 years. Primarily interested in minimally invasive surgery, the OT has been set up with all latest equipment which ensures quicker surgeries, best results and minimal risk to patients.

Surgical Gastroenterology

Lap. Appendicectomy with or without adhesiolysis

Laparoscopic Appendectomy describes the removal of inflammated appendix through a small incision made in the abdomen. Appendix is

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Open Appendicectomy with or without adhesiolysis

Open appendectomy describes the removal of infected appendix from the lower abdomen by making an incision 2-4 inches deep. If the

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Lap. Cholecystectomy with or without adhesiolysis

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy or simply termed as gallbladder removal as the name suggest include removing the gallbladder with

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Open Cholecystectomy with or without adhesiolysis

Open appendectomy describes the removal of infected appendix from the lower abdomen by making an incision 2-4 inches deep. If the

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Laparotomy

Laparatomy is basically a method for abdominal exploration. It is a major surgical procedure for examination, diagnosis and/or treatment

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Fissure-Dilatation

A fissure refers to skin that is cracked or torn. It is a common condition where the skin pulls apart. Fissures can be dangerous when the

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Fissurectomy / Sphincterotomy

Anal fissure refers to the tear of skin near the anus making it painful and difficult for bowel movements.

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Fistula – High Fistulectomy

A fistula is an anomalous link or passageway that connects two organs or vessels that do not habitually connect. They are formed

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Fistula – Low Fistulectomy
Heamaroidectomy including staples & trackers
Heamaroidectomy excluding staples & trackers
Pancreatectomy

Pancreas is an organ located in the abdomen which aids in the regulation of blood sugar level and digestion process. It is a small and

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Spleenectomy

Spleen is an organ that protects the body from infections and removes unwanted materials like old and damaged blood cells from the

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Perianal abscess

An abscess is referred to as a collection of pus in small glands. Perianal abscess is a painful swelling formed by release of pus near the

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Open Inguinal / Femoral / Umbilical Herniaoplasty with or without adhesiolysis

A hernia occurs when an organ get dislocated from its original location by pushing through the muscles or tissues that holds it within the position.

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Lap. Inguinal / Femoral / Umbilical Herniaoplasty with or without adhesiolysis

Hernia occurs when an organ pushes through the weakest muscle of the tissue wall surrounding the organ and gets misplaced.

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Other Open Hernioplasty with or without adhesiolysis
Other Lap. Hernioplasty with or without adhesiolysis
Inguinal Hernia-Open

Inguinal hernia is caused when the intestinal tissues push through the weakest part of the inguinal canal causing a bulge in the canal.

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Inguinal Hernia-Lap

Inguinal hernia is caused when the abdominal tissues pushes through the weakest spot of the inguinal canal.

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Incisional Hernia-Open

An incisional hernia is formed by a bulge of tissues at a curing surgical scar. After a surgery the wound heals naturally.

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Incisional Hernia-Lap

An incisional hernia is formed by a bulge of tissues at a curing surgical scar. After a surgery the wound heals naturally.

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Femoral Hernia-Open

A hernia is formed when the tissues of the abdomen push through a weak point of the thin muscular wall of the belly, which holds the abdominal organs in position.

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Femoral Hernia-Lap

A hernia is formed when the tissues of the abdomen push through a weak point of the thin muscular wall of the belly, which holds the

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Duodenal Perforation

The duodenum is a part of the digestive system of the body. The duodenum is a 12 inch long hollow tube of the small intestine. It forms the

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Small Bowel Perforation

Small bowel or the small intestine is the longest part of the digestive system in human body. This organ connects the stomach to the large intestine.

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Explorative Laprotomy

A laparotomy is defined as a surgery with small incision made in the abdomen. An Exploratory laparotomy is performed when it is impossible

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Resection Anastomosis

Resection describes the surgery to remove a part or the entire organ. Small bowel resection refers to the surgery that removes a part of the intestine.

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IC Resection Anastomosis
Hemi Colectomy

A hemi colectomy refers to the removal of colon from the body. A right hemi colectomy describes the procedure to remove the right side of the colon from the body.

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Sigmoid Resection

Resection refers to any operation that removes tissue or part of an organ. Sigmoid resection is the surgery to remove left part of the colon.

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Leostomy

An ileostomy is a surgical procedure in which an opening is made in the abdominal wall and a small part of the ileum is removed.

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Colostomy

A colostomy also known as bowel diversion therapy is a surgical procedure in which an incision is made in the abdomen and one end of

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Perianal Abscess

An abscess is referred to as a collection of pus in small glands. Perianal abscess is a painful swelling formed by release of pus near the anus.

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Schiorectal Abscess

An abscess is referred to as a collection of pus. It is a mass of cells that can be easily felt by touch.

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Fistulectomy

A fistula is an anomalous link or passageway that connects two organs or vessels that do not habitually connect.

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