Laparoscopic Gall Bladder Surgery: FAQs


Answers to the questions asked by patients

I am 20 years old aspiring model and has been advised for Laparoscopic Gall bladder operation, I don’t want any scars, what is the best option for me?

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Laparoscopic Surgery for Appendicitis


Appendicitis is a very common problem among people of all ages and surgery for removal of the appendix is very commonly done procedure. The appendix is a tiny tube-shaped sac that produces immunoglobulins, a protein that destroys bacteria and helps the body to fight infection.

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Guidelines for Clinical Application of Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery


Extreme obesity can have severe consequences on health and life expectancy of an individual. Unfortunately, extreme obesity has taken almost epidemic proportions on a global scale, and there is a need for a solution that can deliver substantial weight loss quickly.

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Advances and Developments in Laparoscopic Surgery in India


Laparoscopic or keyhole surgery has made operations much less invasive, which benefits the patient in many ways. However, since it became mainstream procedure, the traditional laparoscopic techniques have encountered certain limitations, which are as follows –

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Tips for Recovering after Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal Surgery


The gallbladder, connected to the liver and intestines through bile ducts, plays an important role in the human digestive system. The main function of the gallbladder is to store a fluid known as “bile,” which aids the digestion of food materials, especially fat. Bile passes from the gallbladder to the intestines during the digestive process.

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Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal Surgery: Can you live without a Gall Bladder?


This article attempts to demystify some misconceptions that most people have regarding gallbladder surgery. Though most people think that life after gallbladder removal must include a strict fat-free diet, the reality is that people should and must continue to consume fat in moderate amounts even after losing the gallbladder. Fat is generally processed by the bile, which is created in the liver, so after gallbladder removal patients can safely eat fat. However, what people have to understand is that after gallbladder removal, the body does not have any place to store the bile, so the diet has to be suitably adjusted keeping that anatomical deficiency in mind. After gallbladder-removal surgery, the patients still require cholesterol to produce the bile to aid digestion of fat.

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The Major Differences between a Laparoscopic (keyhole) and Open cut Surgery


Although both open and laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery procedures have been around for years now, many uninformed individuals may still remain doubtful about the relative merits of laparoscopic or open surgery procedures. This post aims to clarify such doubts.

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What to Consider before Undergoing Laparoscopic Surgery


A Laparoscopic surgery is normally defined as a “minimal access surgery,” indicating the tiny surgical incisions to gain access to the physical area of surgery.

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