Minimal Access Surgery (MAS) refers to the use of techniques that permit access to internal organs without a large incision. It’s a specialized form of surgery that allows surgeons to operate by making a keyhole-sized incision and performing surgeries on internal organs leaving a small scar as against the conventional/open surgeries where surgeons performed large incisions. Our department offers a full spectrum of specialised surgeries – general and minimal access, bariatric surgery and gastrointestinal surgery. As MAS is carried out with the help of tiny incisions, patients have less postoperative pain, spend shorter time in the hospital and recover significantly faster than after open surgery. The department is equipped with top class equipments to perform simple and complex surgeries ideal for improving your health at every stage.When MAS is used for dealing with abdominal diseases it is called Laparoscopic surgery.
General, Minimal Access And GI Surgery
The mission of the General Surgery department is to provide the highest quality patient care, encompass, all major components of General, Minimal Access and GI Surgery and the entire faculty to care for patients across a broad spectrum of complex surgical interventions.
- Surgery for Gall Stones (Open/ Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy)
- Surgery for Groin Hernia (Open/ Laparoscopic TAPP: Transabdominal preperitoneal repair, TEP: Total extraperitoneal repair)
- Surgery for Incisional/ Ventral Hernia repair(Open/ Laparoscopic)
- Surgery for Gastroesophageal Reflux and Dysphagia (Fundoplication, Laparoscopic Heller Myotomy)
- Surgery for Piles (MIPH: Minimal Invasive procedure for hemorrhoids, Stapled haemorrhoidopexy)
- Surgery for Appendicitis (Open/ Laparoscopic Appendectomy)
- Surgery for Fistula (Fistulectomy, LIFT: Ligation of intersphincteric fistulous tract)
- Surgery for Solid organs (Open/ Laparoscopic Spleenectomy, Adrenalectomy)
- Surgery for Benign and Malignantcondition of Liver
- Surgery for Benign and Malignant condition Small Bowel and Large Bowel (Right and Left Hemicolectomy, APR and Anterior Resection)
- Surgery for Cysts/ Lumps (Lipoma, Fibroma, Sebaceous cyst, etc)
- Surgery for Breast Lump (Fibroadenoma, Cancer of Breast)