Author: Admin Posted In: Laproscopic Surgery Posted On: Feb 12, 2019

Complex injury following laparoscopic cholecystectomy requiring major corrective operation

The most dreaded complication of a seemingly simple operation is a post-laparoscopic cholecystectomy bile duct injury which carries a risk of significant morbidity and death, while those surviving the initial period could potentially become...

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Author: Admin Posted In: Gastro Digest Posted On: Jan 08, 2019

From the Doctor’s Desk: A case of a Laparoscopic cholecystectomy in gall stone disease complicated by cholecysto-enteric fistula performed at Sahasra Hospital, Bangalore

We came across this 40 years old lady with history of symp- tomatic gallstones. She had been prepared for LC at anoth- er center, but after laparoscopy under GA, the surgeon chose to abandon the planned procedure with advice for surgery...

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Author: Admin Posted In: Gastro Digest Posted On: Jan 04, 2019

Managing the difficult Gall Bladder - ‘Tips and Tricks’: An excerpt from Sahasra Hospital’s Gastro Digest 2018

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) is a common procedure in surgical practice. While conversion from laparoscopy to open surgery is a necessity in difficult situations such as, an obscure Calot’s anatomy, dense peri-cholecystic adhe...

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Author: Admin Posted In: Endoscopy Posted On: Dec 28, 2018

What is Endoscopy and When Do I Need It?

An endoscopy is a process used to examine a person’s digestive tract. To perform the task of an endoscopy, doctors use a flexible tube, known as an endoscope with a light and camera attached to it, so that the doctor can view the inte...

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