General Surgery

Inguinal Hernia Repair
In most cases, the inguinal hernia surgery is performed with open surgery through local or general anesthesia. After cutting the groin area, the surgeon pushes the protruding part of the hernia in.
Appendectomy
Appendectomy is an operation to remove the appendix. The open procedure involves a 2-3 inch cut at the bottom of the right abdomen. Open appendectomy usually requires two to three days of hospitalization and four to six weeks of recovery.
Gastrectomy
Gastrectomy is an operation to remove all or part of the stomach.
Thyroidectomy
A thyroidectomy is an operation that involves the surgical removal of all or part of the thyroid gland. General, Endocrine or Head and Neck Surgeons often perform a thyroidectomy when a patient has thyroid cancer or some other condition of…
Hemorrhoidectomy
Hemorrhoidectomy is mainly used only when the condition of the hemorrhoids is very severe.
Liver Transplant
Liver transplant surgery is the replacement of an unhealthy liver with a healthy liver. In most cases, a direct transplant technique is used in which the liver is removed and replaced by a liver in the same anatomical position.
Kidney Transplant
How Kidney Transplant is doneKidney transplant is the practice of transplanting a healthy kidney (graft) into the body of a person (recipient) who is suffering from kidney failure. The graft is from a donor who could either be living or de…
Lymph Glands Tumor
A lymphoma is a cancer group that affects cells that are involved in the immune system. When one gets lymphoma, his lymphocytes change and grow uncontrollably.
Diabetes
Diabetes occurs when insulin hormone, a regulator of blood glucose, is not produced sufficiently in the body or the body tissues do not respond appropriately. As a result, the metabolism of sugar in the body is disrupted, and the blood glu…
General Surgery