General Surgery

General surgery is focusing on abdominal organs including stomach, colon, liver, pancreas, gallbladder as well as diseases involving the skin, breast (non-cosmetic), soft tissue and hernias.

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CT / CAT Scanning: Computerized Tomography is the scanning that give detailed anatomical information about organs and tissues of human body.

MRI Scanning: Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a radiology technique that uses radio waves, magnetism and a computer to provide clear body structure images that can detect smallest change in the body.

X-rays: They are an electromagnetic radiation waves that create images inside the human body in different shades of black and white.

Biopsy: A medical procedure in which cells or tissue taken as sample for analysis or examination in the laboratory. Such procedure done in case of tissues abnormality of to help to address what this abnormality is.

Blood Test: It is a set of tests conducted by taking a sample of the blood from human body, put it in a test tube, and then make precise tests in the laboratory. The goal of the blood test is to measure the levels of various substances in the blood.

Ultrasound: It is an imaging device that uses sound waves to look at structure and organs inside the human body.

Endoscopy: It is a tiny tube that equipped with a camera in the tip and lighting. It captures a specific region within the body, and sends the images directly to the screen.

Liver Resection Surgery: It is a resection of tumor from the liver

Gastric Bypass Surgery: It is the obesity surgery that divides the stomach into small and large pouch and reconnect both of them to intestine.

Cholecystectomy: It is an operation in which the removal of the gallbladder and gallstones through the several incisions in the abdomen, or by using endoscopy.

Melanomas: It is the most dangerous type of skin cancer developed in the cells which produces melanin to give skin its color. Melanoma may develop within the eyeball and rarely develop in the internal organs, such as the intestines.

Splenectomy (Spleen Removal): Is a surgical process that eradicate spleen. Which is located in the left side of the abdomen near the stomach, spleen contributes in the prevention the body from germs and infections, it also helps to purify the blood.

​Gastrointestinal cancer: It is the tumor in one or more of this organs:
– ​Cancer of stomach
– Cancer of biliary system
– Cancer of pancreas
– Cancer of small intestine
– Cancer of large intestine
– Cancer of rectum and anus.
– Cancer of esophagus

Appendectomy: It is a surgical procedure by entering a small video camera to see inside the abdomen and inserting special surgical instruments through four small incisions and remove appendix, or may completely eradicated by excess abdominal incision to remove the appendix.

Hiatal Hernia: It is a hole in the hiatal. Usually the esophagus passes through the gap that link the stomach. Hiatal hernia make the stomach swell toward up the chest as a result of Hiatal Hernia.

Inguinal Hernia: It is a small hole in the abdominal wall, located at the bottom of the front wall of the abdomen. In most cases it is a small size hernia makes a small amount of fat tissue comes out through it. But in some cases when it becomes larger, it leads abdominal organs such as the intestines to go out through it.

Laparoscopic Hernia Repair: It is the surgery through small incisions (0.5 – 1 cm) instead of the traditional surgical incisions. The surgical endoscope is inserted into the abdomen through a small incision (1 cm) and connected to a camera that transfer image to the screen. Then small incisions (0.5 – 1 cm) enter the surgical instruments.

Open Hernia Repair: It is the traditional and most common surgical procedures that make one long incision, and push back the sac of hernia or remove it.

Whipple Procedure: It is a surgical procedures of eradication of tumors of the pancreas and duodenum.

Nissen Fundoplication: It is a procedure that stitched the stomach and wrap it around the bottom of the esophagus. In this way, the stomach acid is not return to the esophagus. Process conducted by laparoscopic.

Hyperthyroidism: It is a disorder caused by excessive secretion of thyroid hormone(thyroxine), which in turn causes the acceleration of metabolic processes in the body.

Thyroid Cancer: It is a cancerous growth within the thyroid gland.

Liver Cysts: It is an abnormal liver sac that filled with liquid, in rare cases this sac transform into cysts tumor.

Pancreatic-Biliary Disorders: It is the inability of the pancreas, because of damage or shortage in the tissues of it. Usually the reason is a chronic inflammation of the pancreas.

Swallowing and Esophageal Disorders: It is the feeling of delay or disorder in crossing the food that is swallowed, from the mouth to the stomach. It feel that food is stuck or stopped. Dysphagia divided into two types according to the infected area: oropharyngeal disorder and esophageal disorder

Barrett’s Esophagus: is a complication of esophagus (GERD) disease, which change the type of the lining cells in lower part of the esophagus to become similar to the intestinal cells.

It is a medical procedure that remove a part or the whole damaged organ and transplant a healthy and well-functioning organ.

Type of organs transplant :
– Liver transplant
– Kidney transplant
– Heart transplant
– Lungs transplant
– Pancreas transplant
– Intestines transplant

Source of transplanted organs :
– Relative donor
– Cadaveric donor / brain dead donor

Live transplant surgery :
It is a surgical procedure to transplant and harvest the organs at the same time and with two surgical teams for saving time and ensuring not to damage the harvested organ.

Laparoscopy: It is a surgical technique that fall under the group of surgical techniques for limited penetration of the human body (endoscope) which aims for diagnosis and treatment at the same time. It results with quick recovery time, less scar and less pain.

Robotic Surgery / Da Vinci: It is one of the most advanced surgical technology. The integration between the high definition 3D vision system with wristed instrument in intuitive motion control.

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