- Breast Surgery
There are two types of the breast surgery procedures. Selection of the procedure performed depends on the location, size, and some other characteristics of the lump.
If the breast lump appears on the mammogram, but the surgeon cannot feel the lump, the surgeon will send you to a radiologist for having a stereotactic biopsy.
- Gallbladder Surgery
The gallbladder is a tiny sac-shaped organ that is located just beneath the liver in the right upper part of the abdomen. It is a part of digestive system and its function is to store bile – a chemical that helps in digestion of fats.
- Bowel Surgery
The bowel or intestine is one of the most essential parts of the digestive system. It helps in the absorption of required minerals and water from the digested food. It also helps in the secretion of the waste products of the body.
- Hernia Repair
Hernia doesn’t heal itself; it always needs surgical intervention. Surgical repair is the treatment of choice in most of the cases. Surgery is important because surgery can easily remove any visible bulging and can eliminate the pain that is caused due to it.
Delaying the hernia repair surgery or leaving the hernias untreated may result in severe complications such as strangulation, ischemia, etc. Hernia repair prevent the patient from the possible complications of hernia.
- Parathyroid Surgery
The parathyroid glands are four tiny glands that are located on the thyroid gland. The primary function of these glands is the production of parathyroid hormone. This hormone is one of the necessities of the human body and its function is to maintain the calcium levels in the body. Overproduction or inadequate production of this hormone may lead to serious complications.
- Thyroid Surgery
The thyroid is one of the very important organs of the body. It is located in front of the neck. Thyroid controls various body functions that include:
And many more
Thyroid problems can impair several functions of the body.