General Surgery in Yeshwanthpur Bangalore

General Surgery

General Surgery Hospital in Yeshwanthpur Bangalore


General surgery is a surgical specialty procedure that focuses on the treatment of some specific parts of the body. The procedure mainly focuses on the alimentary canal and abdominal contents, such as the stomach, large intestine, esophagus, liver, pancreas, small intestine, gallbladder, appendix, bile ducts, and, in some instances, the thyroid gland. It also deals with diseases concerning the skin, breast, soft tissue, trauma, peripheral artery disease, and hernias and includes endoscopic procedures such as gastroscopy and colonoscopy. Despite the word "general," general surgeons are highly competent surgeons who commonly treat certain medical issues concerning specific body parts.

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Why Manipal?

Every year, the surgical experts at Manipal Hospital, Yeshwanthpur, treat thousands of patients using a comprehensive approach. The team's experience and use of modern and improved technology provide patients with the most effective treatment or alternatives. The general surgery department collaborates with other renowned and experienced experts, anesthesiologists, General surgery experts, radiologists, cardiologists, and others, to provide multidisciplinary surgical treatment.

Manipal Hospital, Yeshwanthpur, with the help of world-class technology, highly skilled and experienced doctors, and medical professionals, ensures minimal risk factors in the surgery process and provides proper treatment and care to patients.

Treatment & Procedures

Hernia surgery

Whenever an internal organ or other parts of the body protrudes through the wall of muscles or tissues that typically contains it, a hernia arises. The intestines, for example, can break through a vulnerable spot inside the abdominal wall. Hernias rarely heal according to their own, and operation may well be required to correct them. However, your…

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Lipoma Excision

A lipoma is a non-cancerous, fatty lump that usually shows no symptoms or cause problems. Lipomas are located just under the skin and move easily when pressure is applied. They commonly occur in the neck, shoulders, back, abdomen, arms and thigh areas. If the lipoma is bothersome, painful or growing, surgical excision may be required.

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Ingrown Toe Nail

Ingrown toe nails occur when the edges or corners of nails grow into the skin next to the nail. The big toe is most likely to get an ingrown toe nail.

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FNAC Procedure

FNAC or Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology involves using a thin, hollow needle to remove samples of cells from tissue or fluid in an organ or a lump. This is usually done to identify the type of cells inside a lump found in the breast or a gland in the neck, like the thyroid gland. It is a very useful way for detecting cancer.

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Skin Abscess

A skin abscess is a pocket of pus that appears within or below the skin’s surface. This bump is usually full of pus or translucent fluid. It is typically due to a bacterial infection. It may appear on any part of the body.

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Paronychia Nail Infection

Paronychia Nail Infection is a tender bacterial or fungal nail infection of the hand or foot. It usually occurs where the nail and skin meet at the side or the base of a finger or toe nail.

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Minor bowel surgery

A small bowel excision is a surgery to remove a portion of your small intestine, performed when a part of the small bowel is obstructed.

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Breast Surgery

Breast surgery is a process that alters the appearance of a woman's or man's breasts. Such procedures are performed for a wide range of reasons. Some are done for cosmetic purposes, like reconstructing the breast to make it look younger or increasing its size. Others, such as breast reduction for back pain or cancer surgery, are medically required.

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Fistula surgery

Fistula surgical procedures are carried out to treat fistulas in the body caused due to an injury, surgery, infection, or inflammation.

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Lap cholecystectomy

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a gallbladder removal operation. The surgeon makes a few small incisions on the right side of your abdomen (belly). A laparoscope, a narrow tube with a camera on its end, is inserted through one incision by the surgeon. A screen displays your gallbladder. The gallbladder is subsequently removed via another tiny incision.…

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Laparotomy

A medical technique involves a surgical incision into the abdominal wall to provide accessibility into the abdominal cavity. A laparotomy is a surgical technique in which a physician makes a single big incision in the abdomen.

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Laparoscopic appendectomy

The process of removal of the vermiform appendix by using minimal incisions. When the appendix becomes infected, surgery is performed to remove it. Appendicitis is the medical term for this condition, and an appendectomy is a standard emergency procedure.

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Minimal access surgery/laparoscopy

Minimal Access surgery or Laparoscopic Surgery is a surgical procedure that uses small (keyhole) incisions rather than massive cuts. The laparoscopic surgeon inserts a telescope with a video camera into the body cavity and operates while viewing the internal organs on a TV monitor. Without a wide incision, the surgeon cannot look directly inside the…

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Colectomy

A colectomy is a form of surgery used to treat disorders of the colon. Cancer, inflammatory illness, and diverticulitis are examples of them. A section of the colon is removed during the surgery. The colon is an extension of the big intestine. While treating cancer, the surgeon will frequently remove the cancerous portion of the colon. They will also…

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Parathyroidectomy

The parathyroid glands are four small, pea-shaped glands in the neck, placed on either side of the trachea (the major airway) and close to the thyroid gland. In most situations, each side of the trachea has two glands, an inferior and a superior gland. There may be fewer than four or more than four glands present, and a gland(s) may be in an uncommon…

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Thyroidectomy

The surgical removal of the entire or parts of the thyroid gland is known as a thyroidectomy. The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped gland at the base of your neck, and it secretes hormones that regulate every element of your metabolism, from heart rate to the rate at which you burn calories.

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Mastectomy

A mastectomy is a surgical procedure that removes all of the cancerous breast tissues from a breast to treat or prevent breast cancer. A mastectomy may be one therapy option for patients with early-stage breast cancer. Another alternative is breast-conserving surgery (lumpectomy), which removes only the tumour from the breast.

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Nail Treatment in Yeshwanthpur Bangalore

The Department of General Surgery at Manipal Hospital, Yeshwanthpur, is one of India's most experienced surgical departments, with renowned and experienced doctors and skilled medical staff. The department has highly qualified surgeons who use cutting-edge technology to ensure a high surgical success rate in treating patients that need assistance with related health issues.

General surgery and its practitioners cover a wide range of medical ailments found in the human body. General surgeons operate on various systems, including the endocrine system, breast, skin, soft tissue, abdomen, and alimentary canal. It mainly treats commonly found conditions which require surgical procedures. Book an appointment at our Best General Surgery Hospital in Yeshwanthpur to know more about the treatment.

The team of experienced physicians and staff, aided by advanced technology, equipment and operation theatres, treats numerous surgical needs and ensures patients' smooth and complexity-free recovery. The wide range of surgical procedures and treatments provided at Manipal Hospital, Yeshwanthpur, makes up for a long list.

 

Best General Surgery Hospital in Yeshwanthpur

Facilities & Services

With the help of accurate scans and imaging, the surgeons at Manipal Hospitals' are well equipped to deal with emergency procedures, trauma care and general surgical procedures. Some of the surgical treatments offered

  • Appendectomy (removal of the appendix)
  • Trauma surgery
  • Coronary artery graft bypass surgery
  • Biopsies
  • Cesarean section
  • Tonsillectomy (removal of tonsils)
  • Hysterectomy (removal of uterus)
  • Skin grafting
  • Carotid endarterectomy (removing blockages from arteries)
  • Bariatric surgery
  • Gastrointestinal surgery Minimally invasive surgery
  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
  • Laparoscopic appendectomy
  • Laparoscopic hernia repair
  • Laparoscopic colectomy and splenectomy

Laparoscopic appendectomy is a minimally invasive surgery to remove the appendix from the body. The appendix is a small pocket in the large intestine that serves no recorded purpose in the human body. However, it is only removed when it begins causing pain or other symptoms. The appendix is removed with a laparoscope through a small incision in the abdomen. The surgery is quite simple and common, and patients are generally able to go home the day after surgery. Why is it performed? If the appendix gets inflamed, a condition known as appendicitis, it can be extremely painful and if left untreated, the appendix can burst, releasing an infection in the body that can cause severe complications. Since the appendix does not perform any function, it is simply easier and more effective to remove the appendix, rather than treat it.

FAQ's

Typically, you would approach a general surgeon with a diagnosis in hand. The surgeon examines the details of the case and makes a surgical plan based on scans and imaging. Then a date is set for surgery and any preparation or pre-surgical conditions that need to be met, are explained to the patient.

All surgical procedures carry an inherent amount of risk with them. Some surgical procedures are safer than others, and modern operating rooms are well equipped to deal with even extreme complications. The surgical risk, however, is amplified by certain medical conditions.

Depending on the type of surgery, and the nature of the underlying condition that made the surgery necessary, a surgeon will prescribe a period of time where the patient must be under observation. Minimally invasive surgeries heal quite quickly and do not cause much discomfort, larger incisions, however, can take much longer to heal.

Surgical procedures are generally not recommended by doctors when there is a safer alternative available. However, sometimes surgery is necessary because it is the most effective treatment available.

General surgery is a surgical speciality in which doctors conduct treatments for a diverse range of common disorders. They are also in charge of patient care before, during, and after operations. General surgeons diagnose and treat various conditions, particularly those affecting the abdominal organs.

General surgery is a surgical speciality in which doctors conduct treatments for a diverse range of common disorders. They are also in charge of patient care before, during, and after operations. General surgeons diagnose and treat various conditions, particularly those affecting the abdominal organs.

The standard general surgery procedures include,

  • Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication. 

  • Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair. 

  • Lung Surgery. 

  • Sclerotherapy and Ultrasound-Guided Sclerotherapy.

The most common medical procedures concerned with general surgery include the following, 

  • Appendectomy. 

  • Breast Surgery.

  • Colon Surgery.

  • Digestive Tract.

  • Endocrine Surgery

  • Oesophagal Surgery.

  • Exploratory Laparotomy.

  • Hernia Surgery.

Open surgery is the process of cutting skin and tissues to provide the surgeon with a clear view of the organs involved during a surgical procedure.

Minimally invasive surgery - Minimally invasive surgery is any surgical approach that does not necessitate a significant incision. In contemporary times, this practice is widely used across several disciplines of surgical medical procedure.

Three issues that need to be resolved before surgery could be considered for a safe and dependable treatment are as follows,

  • How to Prevent Blood Loss

  • How to cope with the unbearable agony of surgery

  • How to avoid potentially fatal illnesses.

Manipal Hospitals is committed to giving its patients personalized treatment and care of the highest quality. The long term relationships we build with our patients and the lives made better by the Department of General Surgery are a testament to this.

Contact us to know more about general surgery and book an appointment with one of our surgical specialists today.

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