Urology is surgical branch which deals with genitourinary problems, kidney disease, urinary bladders disease and urological cancers. Urological surgical arena has advanced with latest technologies and advancements for performing surgery using minimal access methods which enhance the recovery of the patients and make them back to work in no time. Spectrum of urology: Disease of...
A Transplant Surgery is a process of transferring a healthy organ such as a liver or kidney from a person who has just died or from a living being to one who has been diagnosed with an organ failure. Many diseases can lead to organ failure such as diabetes, hypertension, metabolic disease, hepatitis, heart diseases, etc. Birth defects or Injury may also lead to organ failure.
Reconstructive Plastic surgery is done to correct facial and body abnormalities caused by birth defects, injury, disease or aging. It is mainly done to improve body function but may also be done to enhance the appearance.
Pediatric Surgery is the subspecialty of general surgery. It involves the treatment and surgery of fetous, infants, children and adolescents. Paediatric surgery have intensively grown recent times with advancement in minimal access paediatric surgery, paediatric transplant surgery, neonatal surgery and fetal surgery.
Overview: What is obesity ?
Obesity is a state of being excessively fat. This term is exclusively associated with a person who has crossed the phase of overweight and has gained even grossly more fat.
The condition of Obesity can be measured through the Body Mass Index (BMI), it shows a value considering a person’s height and weight. This value tells about the health of a person. A person with a BMI between 25 to 29.9 is considered as an overweight person. A BMI of 30 or above comes under the ‘obese’ category.
Neurosurgery, also known as neurological surgery, deals with the diagnosis and treatment of nervous system, such as spinal cord, brain, cerebrovascular system, and peripheral nerves. Neurosurgery specialists treat any disease or disorder that affects any portion of the nervous system in coordination with neurologists. The most common problems which the neurosurgeon encounters is head injury, brain tumours and spinal cord problems.
Cosmetic Plastic Surgery is done to improve your appearance. There are various cosmetic procedures that men and women can choose from, which would make them feel more confident and comfortable with their appearance. The results are often permanent so it’s important to be very sure about the decision and choose a right and experienced practitioner.
General and Gastrointestinal surgery is the treatment of diseases of the parts of the body involved in digestion. This includes stomach, small intestine, large intestine, gallbladder, pancreas, rectum and esophagus. Surgery is done to treat several common benign conditions as well as cancers of abdominal organs.
General surgeons deal with wide spectrum of surgical disease from basic surgical problems to advanced surgical problems. Usually, they are the first point of contact for many patients with surgical problems coming in out patients as well as emergencies in the hospitals.
Gynaecologic Surgery refers to a surgery performed on any part of women’s reproductive system. Including vagina, fallopian tubes, cervix, uterus, ovaries. These surgical specialists deal with disease in reproductive organs in females and provide medical and surgical solutions to it. Gynaecological problems are encountered with females more commonly. They also deal with common adolescent and post menopausal medical problems with females.
Head & Neck surgery treats a variety of problems of Head & Neck. Common Conditions include Thyroid Problems, parotid gland problems, lymph node enlargement, Sinus Disorders, oral cavity cancers , nasal septum problems, Auditory canal infections and deafness. Head & Neck Surgeons are often called Ear, Nose & Throat doctors or Otolaryngologists.
Minimally Invasive Surgery is an innovative surgical technique that is done using small cuts or incisions in the skin. It is considered more safe than open (traditional) surgery, mainly because there is a very less chances of infection, decreased pain, enhanced recovery and early return to work.