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The Gastroenterology & Hepatology Centre is a specialized field that is dedicated to the comprehensive management of Gastrointestinal (GI) disorders. Our approach is rooted in evidence-based guidelines, underscored by ethical principles, and designed to ensure a patient-centric experience. With cutting-edge infrastructure, we offer a comprehensive range of procedures, covering major GI, Hepatobiliary, and Pancreatic concerns. This department is cornerstone in the field of medicine, addressing a wide array of conditions that impact the gastrointestinal tract and liver.

Our primary objective is to deliver state-of-the-art services to individuals grappling with Digestive, Liver, and Pancreato-Biliary conditions. Additionally, we are committed to fostering education and research within the realm of Digestive & Hepatobiliary Sciences. Our ultimate mission is to establish ourselves as the preferred choice for healthcare providers seeking top-notch solutions for patients in need of Gastroenterology & Liver ailment management.

Gastroenterology & Hepatology

Specialized Procedures

Diagnostic & Therapeutic Managment

  1. Gastroscopy and Colonoscopy: These minimally invasive procedures involve using a flexible tube with a camera to examine the interior of the stomach (gastroscopy) and the colon (colonoscopy). They aid in diagnosing and treating various gastrointestinal issues, such as polyps, inflammation, and cancers.
  2. Biliary Obstruction (Cancers and Stones) (ERCP): Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) is a technique to manage biliary obstruction caused by tumors or stones. By inserting a specialized endoscope, the procedure allows for both diagnosis and therapeutic interventions to clear blockages in the bile ducts.
  3. Bleeding Varices and Ulcers: Endoscopy is utilized to address bleeding from varices (enlarged veins) and ulcers in the gastrointestinal tract. This method enables precise identification and immediate treatment of the bleeding source, preventing complications and aiding in patient recovery.
  4. Endoscopic Ultrasonography: This procedure combines endoscopy with ultrasound to produce detailed images of the digestive tract's inner layers and adjacent structures. It aids in diagnosing cancers, cysts, and other conditions while providing essential information for treatment planning.
  5. Capsule Endoscopy: A non-invasive technique involving a swallowed pill-sized camera that captures images of the digestive tract as it moves through. It's particularly useful for investigating small intestine issues that traditional endoscopy and colonoscopy might not reach.
  6. Stent for Esophageal Cancers: In cases of esophageal cancer, stents can be placed using endoscopy to keep the esophagus open, promoting swallowing and reducing discomfort. This palliative approach helps enhance the patient's quality of life.
  7. Endoscopic Management of Gastrointestinal Bleeding: Endoscopy plays a pivotal role in identifying and treating the sources of gastrointestinal bleeding. It allows for interventions such as cauterization, clipping, or injection to stop bleeding, reducing the need for surgical procedures.
  8. Endoscopic Management of Strictures in Food pipe: Strictures (narrowing) in the esophagus can be addressed endoscopically by dilating the narrowed area using balloons or other devices. This approach restores proper swallowing function and alleviates discomfort.
  9. Endoscopic Balloon Placement for Obesity: Endoscopic intragastric balloons are used to aid weight loss by occupying space in the stomach, leading to reduced food intake. This reversible procedure provides an option for managing obesity without surgery.
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