General Surgery

Specialities / General Surgery

Experience a blend of precision and compassion in the General Surgery department at Tiruvalla Medical Mission Hospital. Our skilled surgeons, equipped with the latest advancements in surgical technology, address a wide range of medical conditions with a commitment to excellence. Whether performing routine surgical procedures or intricate interventions, our team focuses on ensuring positive outcomes and a seamless patient experience. Embracing a patient-centric approach, our General Surgery department is dedicated to providing optimal care, promoting recovery, and prioritizing the overall well-being of our patients.

Abdominal Surgery

General surgeons commonly perform abdominal surgeries, such as appendectomy (removal of the appendix), cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal), and hernia repair.

This involves surgeries related to the digestive system, including procedures for the stomach, intestines, and rectum. Examples include colectomy (colon removal) and gastric bypass surgery.

General surgeons may be involved in the diagnosis and treatment of breast conditions, including breast cancer. They may perform breast biopsies, lumpectomies, or mastectomies.

This area focuses on surgeries related to endocrine glands, such as the thyroid and parathyroid glands. Thyroidectomy (removal of the thyroid gland) is an example.

General surgeons handle surgeries involving soft tissues, including the skin, subcutaneous tissues, and muscles. Procedures may include the removal of tumors or the repair of traumatic injuries.

General surgeons often play a crucial role in the management of trauma patients, addressing injuries to various organs and structures caused by accidents or violence.

While vascular surgery is a specialized field, some general surgeons have expertise in managing vascular conditions, such as varicose veins or certain arterial diseases.

General surgeons are often involved in emergency surgeries, addressing acute conditions that require immediate intervention, such as perforated organs or internal bleeding.

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