Our highly skilled and experienced surgeons perform a wide spectrum of surgeries using the latest surgical techniques such as minimal invasive surgeries to minimize blood loss, scarring, facilitate early recovery and improve surgical success rates.
Tumours are a lump or mass in the body. They can either be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous). Malignant tumours spread or metastasize to other parts of the body. Benign tumours may have a visual border of a protective sac. Cancer markers may be detected in a blood test and in other cases biopsy of the tumour is done. Surgery is the common method of removing the tumour along with some of the nearby healthy tissue around the margin.
A lipoma is a fatty lump found between the skin and underlying muscle layer. They are usually not painful, grow slowly and are generally harmless. They move easily when pressure is applied and occur often in the neck, shoulders, back, abdomen, arms and thighs. If bothersome, they can be removed surgically.
A sebaceous cyst is a slow growing and non-cancerous bump beneath the skin found mainly in the face, neck or torso. It may develop as a result of blocked glands or trauma and contain liquid/semi liquid material. They generally do not need treatment. A surgeon can however remove it if it is painful or infected or if the appearance is a matter of concern.
The scrotum sometimes swells up with fluid that collects in a sheath around a testicle. Though it appears in newborn children (normally disappears without the need for any treatment) and adults, it is caused due to inflammation or injury in the scrotum in adults. It is normally harmless and not painful. In this surgical procedure, an incision is made in the scrotum and the fluid is drained out using suction. The hydrocele sac is then removed and the incision closed.
This surgical procedure involves the removal of the foreskin or the skin covering the tip of the penis. It is a common procedure where the foreskin is opened, adhesions removed and subsequently, the foreskin is removed from the glans.
Sometimes the veins in the scrotum get enlarged. While this condition may generally be harmless, it can lead to male infertility if left untreated. In some cases, patients may experience pain and discomfort. In varicocelectomy Or varicocele surgery the enlarged veins are removed.
Piles is caused by swollen veins inside the rectum or outside the anus. Pain, anal itching and rectal bleeding are some symptoms. A fissure is a tear in the lining of the anus or anal canal. One sign of an anal fissure is pain during or after a bowel movement. Fistulas are an opening of a cavity with pus discharge from the anal area. All these conditions can be alleviated through a surgical procedure.