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Removal of the gall bladder, the spleen, the bowel and other organs like the adrenals, an operation for prolapsed rectum and hiatus hernia repair have become fairly commonplace in almost all the major specialty hospitals in India such as Manipal Hospital (Bangalore), Indraprastha Apollo Hospital (New Delhi) & Wockhardt Hospital (Mumbai) to name a few. Experts are easily available and accessible and the workload at most of this hospitals ensures that the doctors have enormous experience. High intensive care treatment at much cheaper rates than in the west is available at most of these centers.

Ventral Hernia -

These are hernias on the front wall of the abdomen. Sometimes in the upper half, sometimes in the lower half. They result from tears or separation of the muscles. Very rarely, they can happen without previous abdominal trauma or incision. Generally, they result from the muscles of an old incision breaking down. Frequently, the patient may have had two or more incisions through the same site, and may be overweight. Frequently they may be large, may incarcerate and may cause pain. To have such Ventral Hernias repaired again with simple stitches trying to bring muscle-to-muscle is asking for trouble. These patients need a Laparoscopic Repair.

Incisional Hernias -

Incisional Hernias may occur in the area of any prior surgical incision, and can vary in size from very small, to very large and complex. They develop as the result of disruption along or adjacent to the area of abdominal wall suturing, often subsequent TENSION placed on the tissue or other inhibition to adequate healing (infection, poor nutrition, obesity, or metabolic diseases). Virtually any prior abdominal operation can subsequently develop an Incisional Hernia at the scar area, including those from large abdominal procedures (intestinal surgery, vascular surgery), to small incisions (Appendectomy, or Laparoscopy). These hernias can occur at any incision, but tend to occur more commonly along a straight line from the breastbone straight down to the pubis, and are more complex in these regions.

Inguinal hernia -

It makes 75% of all abdominal wall hernias and occurring up to 25 times more often in men than women, these hernias are divided into 2 different types, direct and indirect. Both occur in the area of where the skin crease at the top of the thigh joins the torso (the inguinal crease), but they have slightly different origins. Both of these types of hernias can similarly appear as a bulge in the inguinal crease. Distinguishing between the direct and indirect hernia, however, is not that important because both are treated the same.

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Various Clinical Services / Vascular Surgical Procedures done in India are;

Routine procedures include lower limb bypass, aneurysm surgery, carotid endarterectomy, angio access for hemodialysis and vascular trauma, patients with venous disorders and diabetic foot infections. A recent addition to the surgical technology at the centre is subfascial endoscopic perforator surgery for the treatment of venous ulcers.

Major Vascular reconstruction procedures (Aorta Femoral Femoropopliteal Bypass, Subclavian / Axillary / Brachial Arterial Bypass / Abdominal or any other Aneurysum surgeries)

++ Removal of Vascular Tumor (Large Haemangioma)

++ Carotid Endarterectomy

++  Repair of patent Valvotomy

++ Segmental resection of the lung

++ Major Arterial or Venous repair following injury

++ Aeterial Bypass / Abdominal or any other Aneurysm

++ Stermal Rewiring with Plastic Surgical procedures.

++ Pneumonectomy

++ Embolectomy

++ Decortication

++ Venous Thrombectomy

++ Ligation or pilcation of vena cava

++ Reconstruction of trachea to name of few procedures that are done in India.

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