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Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery

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5 mn read Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery is a minimally invasive operative surgery through which small incisions and specialised laparoscopic equipment are utilized to remove an unhealthy or swollen gallbladder. What Is Gallbladder and What Is Its Function? What Happens If You Eliminate Your Gallbladder? What Are Gallstones And When Do You Require A Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery? What Are […]

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Doubts You Should Clarify About Laparoscopic Surgery For Appendix – Patient Information

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6 mn read When Is A Laparoscopic Surgery for Appendix Performed?   Laparoscopic surgery for appendix is performed when you’re suspected of appendicitis (when your appendix is inflamed).  Laparoscopic appendectomy is the surgical removal of the appendix. This is a very common surgery done on many individuals having an inflamed appendix. If appendicitis is left untreated, it may lead […]

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HOW TO BE AN AMAZING FIRST YEAR PG IN SURGERY? – PART II ( ACADEMICS & STUDYING DURING RESIDENCY)

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6 mn read I have always enjoyed interacting with surgical residents and one of the first questions the young resident who enters surgery asks me is “ How do I study during residency?” Studying during a tough surgery residency is not easy at all. The biggest hurdle will be your seniors and colleagues who will discourage you from […]

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How to be an amazing first year PG in surgery? – Part I (The Compassionate Resident)

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5 mn read There are about 3000 young minds entering surgery residency in India this year. Most of them have waited for months and years to be a surgeon. During their internship as they assisted their PGs in a hernia and while suturing broken foreheads – all they wanted to be was “a surgeon”. It indeed is a […]

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Peritoneal Tuberculosis Leading to Acute Intestinal Obstruction due to Adhesions

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2 mn read Case History A 22 year old female presented with complaints of abdominal pain, abdominal distension, nausea, vomiting and anorexia. On examination the abdomen was distended with diffuse tenderness. But there was no guarding, rigidity or rebound tenderness. Abdomino-pelvic CT scan was suggestive of Intestinal obstruction and Abdominal Tuberculosis. It revealed  distended bowel loops, large amounts of […]

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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy by Dr R. K. Mishra

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2 mn read Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Steps Prepare the patient Placement of first 10mm trocar (midline navel) Creation of Pneumoperitinium Final Diagnosis  Place patient in Reverse Trendelenburg position slightly rotated to the left Apply local anesthetics and 2-3 other trocars under visualization of scope Retraction of gall bladder/liver Assistant grasps fundus of gallbladder and retract superiorly Grasp infundibulum of […]

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DrExam Part B MRCS OSCE Revision Guide: Book 1

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