Gall Bladder Surgery

The gallbladder is a pear-shaped organ present below the liver. It collects bile from the liver, and concentrates and transports it to the small intestine for the digestion of fats.

Bile Duct Surgery

Laparoscopic bile duct surgery is a minimally invasive procedure performed to diagnose and treat various conditions of the bile ducts caused by its blockage.


Laparotomy or exploratory laparotomy is a procedure performed to examine the organs of the abdomen and diagnose any underlying conditions. The different organs that can be examined through laparotomy include the liver, intestine, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, stomach and kidneys.

Right Hemicolectomy

Right hemicolectomy is a surgery performed to remove the right side of the colon.

Adhesion Management

Adhesions are scar tissue that form between organs as part of the healing process following surgery, infection or an inflammatory process. They are mostly seen in the abdomen and pelvic region and can cause discomfort, obstruction of the bowel and chronic pain. Adhesions can be treated by removing the scar tissues by a surgical procedure called adhesiolysis.

Keyhole Surgery for Inguinal and Femoral Hernia in Adults

A hernia is a protrusion of an organ or body part through the wall of a cavity in which it is normally enclosed. Inguinal and femoral hernias, are groin hernias, in which a part of the abdominal contents, either bowel or fatty tissue, protrudes through the abdominal wall at the inguinal or femoral canal and comes out just below the skin.

Ventral Abdominal Hernia Repair

Weakness in the abdominal wall can cause the internal organs to push out, forming a bulge. This condition is called a hernia. A ventral hernia is a condition wherein the abdominal wall bulges out due to weakness in the muscles of the abdomen, causing pain and other complications. A ventral hernia most commonly occurs at the midline, but can also be found on any other area of the abdomen.


Appendicectomy or appendectomy is the surgical removal of the appendix. It is the most commonly formed emergency surgeries.

Umbilical Hernia Repair

A hernia is a bulge that has formed when the internal organs of the body push through a weak spot in the abdominal wall. Umbilical (paraumbilical) hernia is the bulge that forms near the navel or belly button, when a part of the intestine, fat or fluid is pushed out through a weakened muscle of the abdomen. Umbilical hernia can be found in both children and adults.

Salivary Gland Surgery

Submandibular Gland Surgery

The mouth is the first station where food gets digested. This digestion takes place due to the secretion of saliva. Saliva also keeps the teeth healthy, the mouth moist and helps you swallow. It is secreted by 3 major pairs of salivary glands, namely the parotid glands, submandibular glands and sublingual glands. The submandibular glands are located a little below the mandible or jaw bone. Its secretions enter the oral cavity through narrow ducts into the floor of the mouth.

Parotid Gland Surgery

Parotid glands are two of the largest salivary glands present just in front of the ears. They secrete saliva into the mouth and help with mastication.

Cancer Surgery

Cancer is a disease characterised by the abnormal growth of certain cells in the body. It can occur in any cell in the body and is named depending the organ it affects.

Wedge Resection of Ingrown Toenails

A wedge resection is a minor surgical procedure performed to treat a painful ingrown toenail.