ANAL FISSURE

July 1, 2022

Written By: Dr. Nusrat Jabeen (MBBS, MS General Surgery) General Surgery Anal Fissure is a tear or a crack in the vertical axis of the squamous lining of the anal canal between the anal verge and the dentate line. An anal fissure may happen when you pass large or hard stools during a bowel movement. […]

HERNIA

June 27, 2022

Written By: Dr. Nusrat Jabeen (MBBS, MS General Surgery) General Surgery A hernia is defined as an abnormal protrusion of the viscus or part of the viscus through an abnormal or normal opening in the cavity’s wall. In addition, an abnormal weakness or hole in an anatomical structure allows something inside to protrude. A hernia […]

FISTULA-IN-ANO

June 23, 2022

An anal fistula, or fistula-in-ano, is a chronic abnormal communication, usually lined to some degree by granulation tissue, which runs outwards from the anorectal lumen to an external opening on the skin of the perineum or buttock. Fistula-in-ano is defined as a track lined by granulation tissues, which connects deeply in the anal canal or […]

GALL STONE CHOLELITHIASIS

June 13, 2022

Written By: Dr. Vigil Thavasimuthu Devaaj (MBBS, MS General Surgery) General Surgery Gallstones are often made of cholesterol or bilirubin and can develop in the gallbladder or bile ducts. These stones can cause pain and other complications. Stones Made Of Cholesterol: This is the most common type. Cholesterol gallstones are not related to cholesterol levels […]

HEMORRHOIDS

June 2, 2022

Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the wall of the rectum and anus that may be caused by too much pressure in the vein. Hemorrhoids can cause pain or bleeding. Hemorrhoids are also called piles. Hemorrhoids are generally caused by increased pressure due to pregnancy, being overweight, or straining during bowel movements. Hemorrhoids are prevalent, occurring […]

APPENDIX

May 30, 2022

The appendix is a vestigial hollow tube closed at one end and attached at the other end to the cecum. It is a small tube-shaped organ attached to the large intestine. It has no known function, but you will need immediate treatment if it gets inflamed or infected (Appendicitis). While the particular functions of the human […]

DYSMENORRHEA

May 23, 2022

Written By: Dr. Rajani Ramachandran (MBBS, MS, OBG) Obstetrics & Gynecology Dysmenorrhea is highly prevalent and is the leading cause of absence from school and work among women of reproductive age. WHAT IS DYSMENORRHEA? Excruciating periods with intense cramping is a condition called Dysmenorrhea. Many women suffer from the state of Dysmenorrhea with every menstrual […]

YEAST INFECTION

May 20, 2022

Written By: Dr.Rajani Ramachandran (MBBS. MS general surgery) Obstetrics and Gynecology Yeast is a fungus commonly found on your skin. However, it is also found in your digestive system. If you are a woman, you also have yeast in your vaginal area. When too much yeast grows on your skin or other places, it can […]

NORMAL DELIVERY

May 9, 2022

Written By: Dr. Jasmine Sankaranarayanan (MBBS, DGO, DNB) Obstetrics & Gynecology Becoming pregnant is undoubtedly a dream come true for any woman, but delivering the little one can be an enormous challenge, and one must be prepared for it. Normal delivery is defined as the expulsion of the baby out of the womb through the […]

Cesarean Section

April 26, 2022

Written By: Dr. Jasmine Sankaranarayanan (MBBS, DGO, DNB) Obstetrics & Gynecology Caesarean is defined as an operation performed to deliver the baby through the abdominal route when vaginal delivery is impossible. It is also employed to speed up the delivery when potential danger to either mother or baby is anticipated. The most common reasons to […]