Laparoscopic Gallstone Surgery Doctor malad
Laproscopic gallbladder stone surgeon, in this surgery removes the gallbladder and gallstones through several small cuts (incisions) in the abdomen. The laproscopic surgeon inflates your abdomen with air or carbon dioxide in order to see clearly. The laproscopic surgeon inserts a lighted scope attached to a video camera (laparoscope) into one incision near the belly button. The surgeon then uses a video monitor as a guide while inserting surgical instruments into the other incisions to remove your gallbladder.
Out of 100, only 5 to 10 percent laparoscopic gallbladder surgeries in the United States, the surgeon needs to switch to an open surgical method that requires a larger incision.The problems like unexpected inflammation, scar tissue, injury, and bleeding can require open rather than laparoscopic surgery. Laparoscopic gallblade and stone removal surgery is the better way to remove the gallblade and stone. Dr. S. A. Khambhatti is the well-known Laproscopic gallbladder stone surgeon in Malad. Also visit Dr. Khambhatti as Laproscopic gallbladder stone surgeon in Goregaon.
Laproscopic gallbladder Surgery
You may have a special X-ray procedure called Intraoperative cholangiography, which shows the anatomy of the bile ducts before the surgeon procced to removes the gallbladder. It is also called as “keyhole surgery.” Your laproscopic surgeon does not make a big opening in your belly. Instead, he makes four small cuts. Sergeon inserts a very thin, flexible tube that contains a light and a tiny video camera into your belly. These help your surgeon see your gallbladder better. Next, the sergeon will insert special tools to remove the diseased organ. At Vardann Hospital Dr. S. A. Khambhatti is a leading Laproscopic gallbladder stone surgeon in Malad.
The the main reason for having a gallbladder removed is the presence of gallstone and the complications they cause. The presence of gallstones is called cholelitheasis. Gallstones form inside the gallbladder from substances in the bile that become solid. They can be very small as a grain of sand and as large as a golf ball.
You might also need the laproscopic surgery if you have the following:
biliary dyskinesia, that occurs when the gallbladder doesn’t empty bile correctly due to a defect.
choledocholithiasis that occurs when gallstones move to the common bile duct and potentially cause a blockage that prevents the gallbladder and rest of the biliary tree from draining.
cholecystitis, that is an inflammation of the gallbladder.
pancreatitis, that is an inflammation of the pancreas that is related to gallstones.
Laparoscopic surgery is better than the open surgery because your surgeon makes smaller incisions. That smaller incisions reduce your risk of infection, bleeding, and recovery time.