What is a colorectal surgery clinic?
Surgery in this clinic deals with diseases starting from appendix (first organ of the colon) through colon, rectum and anal canal.
What kind of patients should come to Colorectal Clinic?
- All those patients referred by any physician or surgeon
- All patients suffering from ailment presenting with
- Pain abdomen – particularly lower
- Bleeding with stools
- Pain with stools
- Straining and pain during stools
- Frequent and inadequate motions
- Pus from anal area
- Most common type of patients – cancer, piles, fissures, fistulas and prolapse
PAIN ABDOMEN - Abdominal pain is pain that you feel in the abdominal area, often referred to as the stomach region or belly. For abdomen pain, always consult with your doctor first.
Areas of abdominal pain
Frequently of appendicitis; may be caused by stomach or duodenum diseases; pain at lower abdomen and lower back and may be caused by kidney stones or ureter stones. Abdominal pain may be caused by liver, gallbladder or spleen disease; Cramps in lower abdomen and of women are usually caused by pre-menstrual symptoms. You doctor can diagnose & guide you best.
If after medical guidance, surgery is required, the commonly done surgeries are of
Appendix - Drainage of appendicular abscess, Laparoscopic appendectomy
Colon- Right hemicolectomy, Subtotal colectomy, Colovesical fistula, Caecostomy, Colostomy closure, Laparoscopic assisted colectomy, Laparoscopic assisted APR, Laparoscopic left colectomy, Laparoscopic assisted colostomy
What are the commonly done surgeries for Colorectal cancer?
Rectal biopsy, Hartman’s procedure, Abdomino-perineal resection Examination under anaesthesia, Laparoscopic abdominal rectopexy, Laparoscopic anterior resection
Anal dilation, Anal canal reconstruction, Excision of perianal nodule, Core excision of fistulous tract, Anal polypectomy
Dr. Vijay Arora
Days and Timings
Mon & Thursday,
Room no F31 (10:30 am – 11:30 am)
Room no F31 (12noon – 2 pm) (Mon to Sat)
Room no F41 (4 pm - 6 pm) (Mon to Sat)