GI Surgery

GI Surgery : Upper GI and Lower GI Surgery

GI surgery is an operation that deals with the surgery of the organs that are entailed in the gastrointestinal tract. Because of the stark difference between the functions in the regions of upper and lower gastrointestinal regions, the surgery have the following two subtypes:

  1. Upper GI or Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery: This surgery refers to the operation on the upper part of the GI tract. Upper GI surgery tend to be the most complicated of the two, To that end, doctors who engage with the surgical procedures in this region are always in amidst of constant practice. The surgeons that are knowledgeable of this type of surgery perform the following operations:
  • Pancreaticoduodenectomy: This procedure is meant for removing the cancerous regions of the pancreas. However, this procedure is also capable of dealing trauma in the region by removing the scar tissue (if any).
  • Oesophagectomy: This particular operation is conducted on the patients that show early signs of oesophageal cancer.
  • Liver resection: Liver resection is known by another name, Hepatectomy. This surgery is meant to partially or completely remove the liver for the purpose of transplant. However, as this operation is mostly meant for donors, we can say that the operation deals with partial removal of liver.
  1. Lower GI or Lower Gastrointestinal Surgery: Lower GI mostly revolves around colorectal surgery and small intestinal surgery. The surgeons that engage themselves in Lower GI are the experts of the following surgical procedures:
  • Colectomy: This surgical procedure involves the removal of the bowel or colon. It entails the surgical removal of a particular section of the colon. Laparoscopic surgery is the approach taken the deal with lower GI surgeries.
  • Low resection for rectal cancers: In this procedure, the cancer ridden part of the bowel is removed.

Procedures that we provide

Our surgical procedures for the gastrointestinal tract extend from Laparoscopic surgeries to Bariatric surgeries. 

Surgeries that involve basic Laparoscopic procedures:

  1. Cholecystectomy: This surgery is meant for the removal of stones in the gall bladder.
  2. Single Incision Laparoscopic surgery: In this type of surgery, only a single incision is made as the entry point to the colon and the cyst of the gall bladder stone is removed.
  3. Laparoscopic Appendectomy: The part of the appendix or the entire appendix is removed through this procedure.
  4. Laparoscopic procedures for hernia: Laparoscopic procedures are used to take care of herniated intestine.
  5. Laparoscopic procedures for acute abdomen: If there is immense pain in abdominal region due to either peritonitis or ischemic, emergency cases dictate that a laparoscopic procedure is conducted.
  6. Laparoscopic procedures for paediatric issues: To deal with the hepatological or gastrointestinal issues in kids, laparoscopic procedures are conducted in some cases.
  7. Diagnostic Laparoscopy: In case where a female’s reproductive organs are needed diagnosed, laparoscopy comes as one of the procedures.
  8. Stapled Hemorrhoidectomy: This process is used to remove the abnormally large haemorrhoid tissue from the patient who is suffering from piles.

Advanced laparoscopic procedures are here to provide the solutions of the following:

  1. Bile duct stones
  2. Achalasia cardia
  3. Haitus hernia
  4. Benign or malignant issues of the oesophagus
  5. Issues of small or large intestine
  6. Pancreatic cysts
  7. Pseudo pancreatic cysts
  8. Gastric cancer
  9. Hemicolectomy
  10. Rectal cancer
  11. Transectal resection
  12. Stapled transrectal resection
  13. Pancreaticoduodenectomy
  14. Spleenactomy
  15. Liver cysts
  16. Hydatid cysts

The above mentioned are the GI procedures that our doctors provide. However, if you are looking for weight loss surgeries, you should get acquainted with our Bariatric surgery services that include:

  1. Sleeve gastrectomy with a laparoscopic approach: This is a restrictive procedure where the outer margin of the stomach is removed and what is left is just a sleeve which is roughly a size of the banana. The goal of this type of surgery is to restrict the intake of food.
  2. Gastric bypass with a laparoscopic approach: In gastric bypass surgery, the stomach is divided into two pouches, a smaller upper pouch and a bigger lower pouch. This is done to reduce the functional volume of stomach and has been proven successful when it comes to weight reduction.
  3. Mini gastric bypass with a laparoscopic approach: It is a faster version of gastric surgery. In this procedure, the intestines are rerouted and the stomach is made smaller. This procedure is also reversible and can improve health significantly.

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