Patient with small bowel bleed underwent angioembolization Post procedure patient had severe pain and septic signs Emergency exploration and resection anastomosis done
Radical cholecystectomy was done for carcinoma of the gall bladder. Resection of segment 4B and 5 along with lymph node dissection
Mini incision (mini-laparotomy) for infective pancreatic necrosis Small vertical midline incision and trans-gastric approach Patient discharged on post op day 2
Laparoscopic right hemicolectomy for appendicular adenoma
Open Esophagectomy for carcinoma of mid esophagus Mckeown three field esophagectomy with the stomach tube.
Gastro Intestinal Stromal Tumor one of the most common tumor of small bowel Usually presents with bleeding or perforation Surgery is the treatment of choice followed by oral monoclonal antibody. Outcome and prognosis is excellent as compare to other tumors
Completion lap cholecystectomy in patient previously operated for partial cholecystectomy Tricks and tips for technically difficult gall bladder
88 year old lady with ECOG status 0 Presented with bleeding PR CT Scan and Endoscopy diagnosed Carcinoma of caecum She had complete Malrotation with whole colon in left Right hemicolectomy done