Hepatobiliary

The Hepatobiliary system refers to the Liver, gall bladder and bile ducts that work together. Bile is produced in the liver. It consists of water, bile acids and salts that help in the digestion of fatty substance in the food we eat. In between meals the bile produced in the liver is stored inside the gall bladder. During meals this bile is squeezed out into the first part of the small intestines through tubes that connect the gall bladder, liver and intestines. This connecting system is known as the Biliary System. Dietary habits or malfunction of the gallbladder, leads to formation of stones or gall bladder infections. This in turn leads to blockage and if left untreated, the liver and pancreas also may be affected.

Achievements

1st in Chennai to do Single port Scarless Cholecystectomy

One of the few centers in India to regularly perform Lap Whipples

Hepatobiliary Procedures

Lap Cholecystectomy

Family history, diet, overweight, etc., leads to formation of fatty stones mixed with bile. Occasionally, these stones can block the passage of bile from gallbladder to the intestines, causing it to swell up and hurt. Minimally invasive Scarless procedure has been developed to remove the Gall bladder in case of Gall stones or Gall bladder infections. For a faster return to a pain-free life… Read More

Lap Whipples

The Pancreas is divided into head, body and tail. Head of pancreas is usually most commonly affected by Pancreatic cancer. Whipples procedure involves removal of this affected portion of pancreas. In Lap Whipples, very tiny incisions are made, through which the surgery is performed. Read More


Laparoscopic Hepatic Resection

Laparoscopic Liver Resection is used to treat Liver Cysts, parasitic cysts, tumors and Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC). Common presenting symptoms are sudden pain in the right abdominal region, swelling felt in the right upper abdomen area were liver is located, bloating of abdomen, fever(if infection sets in), severe itching, jaundice, weight loss and loss of appetite. If you notice any of the above symptoms, DO NOT DELAY!! Read More

Lap Splenectomy

Certain disease conditions result in an abnormal enlargement of spleen, it causes destruction of red blood cells at a higher rate, leading to anemia. At this point, the only best treatment is Removal of Spleen. Read More

Upper GI Surgeons

Dr. J.S. Rajkumar

Chief Surgeon

M.S., F.I.C.S., Dip. N.B. (SURG.), F.R.C.S. (ENG.), F.R.C.S. (EDIN.), F.R.C.S. (GLASGOW), F.R.C.S. (IRELAND), F.I.M.S., F.A.I.S., F.R.M.S. (LONDON), F.A.E. (GASTRO), F.A.C.G. (USA), F.I.C.A. (USA), F.I.A.G.E.S., Dip M.I.S. (FR.)


Dr. S. Akbar

CONSULTANT GENERAL AND LAPAROSCOPIC SURGEON

 

Dr. R. Prabaharan

CONSULTANT SURGICAL GASTROENTEROLOGIST