Patient was diagnosed with Invasive ductal cancer and Papillary thyroid cancer. She underwent Left Modified Radical Mastectomy and Right Hemithyroidectomy in the same setting.
A left posterolateral thoracotomy and left lower lobectomy followed by neonatal ICU care saves the life of a baby with a rare case of Congenital Pulmonary Airway Malformation (CPAM).
A spinal deformity (Post-Tubercular Thoraco-Lumbar Kyphosis of 74°) managed by L1 corpectomy and T10-L5 instrumented posterolateral fusion.
Patient was conservatively managed previously for Spinal TB in other centre. Later, he was operated for deformity correction of the spine.
The infant initial underwent a feeding gastrostomy and after eight months an esophageal substitution surgery was performed using stomach as the conduit by gastric transposition.
An 85-year-old patient with high-grade muscle invasive urothelial carcinoma underwent laparoscopic radical cystectomy and reconstruction of a urinary pouch with a segment of intestine.
Metastatic Ca Lung with liver and brain metastasis with Distal Brain Failure was treated successfully with Re-SRS to brain metastasis.
Patient underwent Re-SRS using Truebeam Medical Liner Accelerator (LINAC) targeting all the Brain Metastatic lesions along with Simultaneous Whole Brain RT and Hippocampus Avoidance.
A 30-year-old female patient underwent laparoscopic isthomocele repair with endosuturing and reconstruction of uterus.
Laparoscopic Isthmocele repairis a minimally invasive surgery to treat the Caesarean scar defect with reconstruction of uterus and resection of the Isthmocele Sac.
A 6-year-old boy suffering from severe sinusitis with right sided orbital cellulitis prevented from losing eyesight.
The incidence of orbital abscess in children with acute sinusitis is less than 1 per cent. It’s an extremely rare and serious condition which needs urgent surgery.
The principles of head and neck, lateral skull-based approach, and endoscopic techniques were used together to treat facial nerve schwannoma and to retain the entire functionality of the ear.
There are major challenges in the preoperative diagnosis and differentiation between a Benign Phyllodes and a Malignant Phyllodes. This challenge is compounded by the surgical technique to be utilized to excise them with a clear margin to prevent recurrence and preserve the cosmesis of the breast.
The infant was suspected to have Congenital rubella syndrome resulting in Patent Ductus Arteriosus, a heart defect leading to heart failure.
UPDATED ON 15/11/2023