Dr. Kunal Das, HOD - Department of Gastroenterology at Manipal Hospitals Dwarka, talks about lower gastrointestinal bleeding, including the types and causes of lower GI bleeding and how one should get the proper treatment for the specific type. Watch the video to know more. Book an appointment with our specialists today. Call 011 4967 4967 or click here - https://bit.ly/MHNewDelhi
Learn about Endoscopic Ultrasound, a new and advanced device being used to evaluate the diseases of the GI tract, the benefits of device in diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. Learn it all from Dr. Kunal Das- Head, Department of Gastroenterology & Hepatology at Manipal Hospitals, Delhi.
Seeing blood in your vomiting is not something to let go of. It could be a sign of Upper GI Bleed Hear out Dr. Kunal Das- Head, Department of Gastroenterology at Manipal Hospitals, Delhi, imparting his knowledge on Upper GI Bleed, its various common causes, various treatments along with the advanced technology adopted by the hospital. He also speaks about how a person can prevent himself from such cases.
The pancreas, about 6-8 inches long, is pear-shaped and positioned near to the liver and the duodenum. The primary functions of the pancreas include: • It helps in the breakdown of fats and sugars in the digestive system by making digestive juices which are mainly enzymes. • It secretes hormones, like insulin, that affects how the body uses and stores nutrients. The portion of the pancreas that produces digestive juices is called the exocrine pancreas, while the endocrine pancreas is the other part that produces hormones.
Celiac Disease(CD) is one of the commonest autoimmune diseases characterized by a specific serological and histological profile and is triggered by gluten ingestion in genetically predisposed individuals