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    By Laparoscopic SolutionsPosted On 18-01-2019

    An inguinal hernia occurs when the tissue pushes out of the weak point present in the groin muscle. Generally, a bulge occurs in the scrotum, labia or...

    By Laparoscopic SolutionsPosted On 21-04-2018

    Some are born thin. Some others are born flat. However, as years pass by, every human being’s physique changes due to the consumption of junk fo...

    By Laparoscopic SolutionsPosted On 06-02-2018

    What is Appendix surgery? The surgical removal of the appendix is known as appendix surgery or appendectomy. It is a general surgery to treat appendi...

    By Laparoscopic SolutionsPosted On 15-12-2017

    We have always come across people complaining about the pain in the abdomen due to a hernia, mostly from people who are aged. When we cross that bound...

    By Laparoscopic SolutionsPosted On 21-11-2017

    The pancreas is an organ that is often overlooked although they play an important role in the production of enzymes for digestion. Hence pancreatic ca...

    Be Aware about Liver cancer

    By Laparoscopic Solutions Posted On 19 August 2017

    Liver cancer is a disease condition in which normal liver cells changes their appearance and behaves abnormally. These cells may become vicious to the nearby normal cells and later spread to the other parts of the liver and body. Cancerous or malignant cells developed by the normal cells of the liver (hepatocytes) are known as hepatocellular carcinoma. A cancer originate from the ducts of the liver is known as cholangio carcinoma.

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    Do you have Problem to swallow food?

    By Laparoscopic Solutions Posted On 23-June-2017

    Achalasia which means "Failure to relax" is a disorder that affects the esophagus (the tube carries the food from throat to stomach) and results in prevention of normal swallowing. Esophageal sphincter is a ring of muscle situated just above the entrance of the stomach and encircles the esophagus. This sphincter always closes and prevents the back flow of the contents of the stomach to the esophagus. While swallowing the peristalsis movement (a wave of esophageal contraction)pushes the food causes the relaxing of the esophageal sphincter and results in the opening of the esophageal sphincter and thus allows the food into the stomach.

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    Laparoscopic Colectomy for Treating Colon Carcinoma

    By Laparoscopic Solutions Posted On 30-May-2017

    Colon carcinoma is a cancer affecting the lower part of our digestive system including colon and rectum. Also known as colorectal cancer, it occurs in the form of abnormal cell growths, lumps or polyps occurring in the large intestine or rectum. Laparoscopic colectomy for colon carcinoma is an effective surgical procedure for the treatment of the disease, utilising the latest advancement of technologies.

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    Treating Hiatal Hernia with Laparoscopy

    By Laparoscopic SolutionsPosted On 26-April-2017

    Hiatal hernia is a disorder that occurs due to the upward push of the stomach through the diaphragm. Though the usual mode of treatment for hiatal hernia involves the treatment of its symptoms, in severe cases, surgeries are also done. Not a common disease, it can be controlled with the help of small measures and medications during the initial stages.

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    Treatment for Pyloric Stenosis

    By Laparoscopic SolutionsPosted On 14-March-2017

    Pyloric stenosis is a medical condition that is commonly seen in infants and the symptoms begin to appear at the age of three to five weeks. Blockage of the food is, in fact, the major cause of this medical condition.

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    Laparoscopy for Gallbladder Disease Treatment

    By Laparoscopic SolutionsPosted On 29-Dec-2016

    Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy is a minimally invasive surgery in which small incisions and specialized tools are used to remove a infected or diseased gallbladder.

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    Do You Have A Lump in Your Stomach

    By Laparoscopic SolutionsPosted On 14-Jan-2016

    Hernia can be often noticed as a swelling, which is actually caused by an organ which pushes itself out through openings in tissues and muscles that are responsible for holding the organ.

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