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Abdomen / Arms / Calves Plastic Surgery

Abdomen / Arms / Calves Plastic Surgery

What is abdomen/arms/calves’ plastic surgery? The abdomen/arms/calves’ plastic surgery is done to treat sagging muscles. What are the tests required? The test required for the procedure is blood tests. How much time is required? The time required for breast augmentation procedure is about 2-5 hours and the hospital stay would last for about 2-4 days. What is the cost of the procedure...
Abdominoplasty

Abdominoplasty

What is abdominoplasty? Abdominoplasty is the procedure of removing of excess fat from the lower ore middle abdomen. And it might be done to tighten the muscles near the abdomen. It is a cosmetic surgery and is often known as tummy tuck in. What are the tests required? The tests required before the procedure are just some blood tests. How much time is required? The hospital stay would...
Adenoidectomy

Adenoidectomy

What is adenoidectomy? Adenoidtonis is done to remove the adenoids for they because impaired breathing through the nose or chronic infections or sinus or middle ear tonsils. What is the test required? The test required is x-ray. How much time is required? The whole procedure takes nearly about 45 minutes and the hospital stay is for a day. What is the cost of the procedure? The...
All Elective Craniotomies

All Elective Craniotomies

What is Elective Craniotomies? All Elective Craniotomies is suffering from brain lesions or traumatic brain injury or blood clot in brain. What are the tests required? The test required before the procedure is: MRI CT Scan Arteriogram How much time is required? The time patient requires to stay in the hospital is about 15-30 days whereas the stay in India would be for a...
Anterior Cruciate Ligament

Anterior Cruciate Ligament

What is Anterior Cruciate Ligament? The Anterior Cruciate Ligament happens when the ligament is torn. It usually happens while playing and strenuous activities. What are the tests required? The tests required before the procedure is: Blood Test Knee X-rays MRI How much time is required? The procedure requires 1-2 hours of time and the hospital stay would last for a day or...
Aortic Aneurysm Repair

Aortic Aneurysm Repair

When there is an abdominal bulge in the walls of artery it is known as Aneurysm. The thick and muscular walls of arteries can withstand a lot of pressure. Sometimes, a weak area develops in the walls of the artery, which shoves the pressure outside creating a bulge or ballooned area called an “Aneurysm”. Aneurysms occur most commonly in the aorta. It is the largest artery in the...
Aortic and Mitral Valve Replacement

Aortic and Mitral Valve Replacement

What is Aortic and Mitral Valve Replacement? Mitral valve surgery is surgery to either repair or replace the mitral valve in your heart. Blood flows from the lungs and enters a pumping chamber of the heart called the left atrium. The blood then flows into the final pumping chamber of the heart called the left ventricle. The mitral valve is located between these two chambers. It makes sure that...

Arthroscopy

What is arthroscopy? It is a surgical procedure where the surgeon,with the help of an arthroscopic diagnoses and treats a joint problem. What are the reasons for arthroscopic surgery? Repair damage cartilage Remove fragments of loose cartilage or bone Drain away any excess fluid Treat conditions such as arthritis, frozen shoulder,or carpal tunnel syndrome. What are the...
Artificial Disc Replacement

Artificial Disc Replacement

What is artificial disc? An artificial disc is a device that is implanted into the spine to imitate the functions of a normal disc. What is artificial disc replacement? Artificial disc replacement surgery involves replacing a painful disc with an artificial disc. Artificial disc surgery may be performed on the lower back (lumbar spine) or the neck (cervical spine). Artificial disc...
Atrial Septal Defect (ASD)

Atrial Septal Defect (ASD)

An atrial septal defect or ASD is a hole in the wall between the two upper chambers of your heart or atria. The condition is congenital which means from birth. Minor atrial septal flaws may close by their own during infancy or early childhood. The heart and lungs can be damaged by large and long-standing atrial septal defects. Small defects may never cause a problem and may be found...
Baby Birth

Baby Birth

The procedure of childbirth is spontaneous, about 280 days after the conception, but it may be started by artificial means if the pregnancy continues post 42 weeks gestation. The average length of labor is about 14 hours for a first pregnancy and about eight hours in successive pregnancies. However, many women experience a much longer or shorter labor. If the delivered a baby is...
Balloon Atrial Septostomy (BAS)

Balloon Atrial Septostomy (BAS)

What are the tests required? The tests required before the Balloon Atrial Septostomy procedure is: Blood Test ECG Chest X-ray ECHO Cardiogram MRI CT Scan How much time is required? The stay in the hospital is for a week. In addition, the procedure takes about an hour. What is the cost of the procedure? The cost of the procedure is 5600 USD.
Biventricular

Biventricular

What is biventricular? The biventricular pacemaker it’s a special ne which helps to get all the chambers to pump at a normal pace and not unevenly. How much time is required? The stay in the hospital would last for about 1-6 days. What is the cost of the procedure? The cost of the procedure is 11800 USD.
Bladder Neck Incision

Bladder Neck Incision

What is Bladder neck incision? Bladder neck incision is the procedure where an incision made in the bladder to make the flow of urine better and relieve from the urinary pressure in the bladder. What are the tests required? The Test required before the procedure is: Blood tests Urine tests How much time is required? The procedure takes place in 15-30 minutes whereas the...
Bone Marrow Transplant

Bone Marrow Transplant

What is bone marrow transplant? Bone marrow is the soft, fatty tissue in the bone marrow, which produces blood cells. The stem cells are immature cells in the bone marrow, which give rise to different blood cells. Bone marrow transplants take place when we replace the damaged or destroyed bone marrow with healthy bone marrow. What are the tests required? Tests required in the procedure...
Brachial Plexus Injury

Brachial Plexus Injury

What is a Brachial plexus injury OR Stereotactic procedure? It is the procedure in which brachial plexus; a bundle of connected nerves in the neck region of the spinal cord joined damaged. What are the tests required? The test required before the procedure is: MRI CT Electro diagnostic tests How much time is required? The time required for the procedure to take place is 3-...
Brain Tumor

Brain Tumor

What is brain tumour? A brain tumor is a collection, or mass, of abnormal cells in the brain. What are the types of tumours? There are two main types of tumor: Benign Tumor Malignant or Cancerous Tumor Primary Secondary What is the grade of tumour? Grade I: Benign tissue. The cells grow slowly and look like normal cells. Grade II: Malignant tissue...
Breast Augmentation

Breast Augmentation

What is breast augmentation? Breast augmentation is the procedure where the women’s breast is enlarged, in simple terms it is called a boob job. It is even done to change the shape or alter the texture. What are the tests required? The test required for the procedure is various blood tests. How much time is required? The time required for breast augmentation procedure is about 1-2 hours...
Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer

What is breast cancer? Breast cancer starts when cells in the breast usually form a tumorthat is malignant and can invade surrounding tissues or spread to distant areas of the body. How to diagnose breast Cancer? Breast physical examination Mammogram Breast ultrasound Biopsy MRI CT scan What are the types of breast cancer? There are two types of breast cancer tumors...
Breast Lift

Breast Lift

What is breast lift? Breast lift is the procedure in which the women’s sagging breast is put to the right position. Or it might even be done to get a proportionate breast size. What are the tests required? The test required for the procedure is blood tests. How much time is required? The time required for the procedure is about two hours and the hospital stay would just be for a day...

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