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Bengaluru Smiles Hospital, Bangalore

Bengaluru Smiles Hospital

  4.3  (12 ratings)

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423/3,60th Feet Road,1st Main Road,1st Stage,1st Phase,Muthyala Nagar,Gokula Extension,Mathikere Main Road,Landmark:Behind SBM Bangalore
1 Doctor · ₹1500 · 4 Reviews
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Bengaluru Smiles Hospital   4.3  (12 ratings) General Surgeon Clinic 423/3,60th Feet Road,1st Main Road,1st Stage,1st Phase,Muthyala Nagar,Gokula Extension,Mathikere Main Road,Landmark:Behind SBM Bangalore
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Bengaluru Smiles Hospital is known for housing experienced General Surgeons. Dr. Parmeshwar C M, a well-reputed General Surgeon, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for General Surgeons recommended by 86 patients.

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10:00 AM - 02:00 PM 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM

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423/3,60th Feet Road,1st Main Road,1st Stage,1st Phase,Muthyala Nagar,Gokula Extension,Mathikere Main Road,Landmark:Behind SBM
Mathikere Bangalore, Karnataka - 560054
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Dr. Parmeshwar C M

MBBS, MS-General Surgery, Fellow in Coloproctology
General Surgeon
86%  (12 ratings)
19 Years experience
1500 at clinic
₹350 online
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Hi sir is good to eat a fish on piles sir and my problem was I have piles last 2 month back .and it's cure sir when I was start eating fish and lite spicy food .and start the bleeding sir Sir pls tell me the remedy sir please.

Hi sir is good to eat a fish on piles sir and my problem was I have piles last 2 month back .and it's cure sir when I...
If it's bleeding that you are concerned with, a visit to a Colo rectal surgeon is recommended. In case there isn't one there, you should visit a surgeon to find out if it's piles or something else. Regarding food, you can eat any food making sure you have enough amount of fibrous food to go with it.
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Surgery For Colon Cancer - What To Expect?

Surgery For Colon Cancer - What To Expect?

Colorectal surgery is the broad term for surgical procedures performed on the colon, the rectum and the anus. There are various different surgical procedures which fall under colorectal surgery and these are used to treat a vast array of disorders, such as:

  1. Anal cancer
  2. Colorectal cancer
  3. Severe complications related to constipation
  4. Anal injuries
  5. Inflammatory conditions of the gastro-intestinal tract
  6. Congenital defects

Procedures
The surgeries under colorectal surgery are performed after diagnostic tests such as proctoscopy, sigmoidoscopy and defecating proctography. The most common diagnostic test is colonoscopy. These help to identify the origin and nature of the problem and decide which surgical procedure is to be followed. The procedures under colorectal surgery are as follows:

  1. Colectomy: This procedure involves removal of a section of the large intestine. This is known as partial colectomy. In extreme cases, such as advanced cancer or severe gastrointestinal infection, the entire colon is removed and this is called total colectomy. Sometimes, the rectum is also taken out along with the colon and this is called proctocolectomy.
  2. Colonic polypectomy: An abnormal growth of tissues of the inner lining of an organ is known as a polyp. Colonic polypectomy is done to eliminate polyps from the colon and rectum before they become malignant. This can be done endoscopically. Surgery is required in case of large polyps.
  3. Strictureplasty: Chronic or repeated bowel inflammation causes scar tissue to accumulate in the large intestine. This results in the narrowing of the colon. Stricturoplasty removes the scar tissue so that proper flow of digestive contents is resumed.
  4. Colostomy or Ileostomy: A damaged section of the colon is removed and the shortened intestine is then attached to another opening (stoma) in the anterior wall of the abdomen.
  5. Hemorrhoidectomy: This surgical process is used for swollen hemorrhoids or blood vessels which form in the anal canal. Hemorrhoidectomy is extremely effective in removing hemorrhoids but the surgery also involves a number of complications.
  6. Anoplasty: Anoplasty or imperforate anus correction is done to correct birth defects in the rectum and the anus. The structural flaw does not allow the stool to pass properly from the rectum and so it is repaired using surgery.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Colorectal Disorders - How They Can Be Managed?

Colorectal Disorders - How They Can Be Managed?

The last part of the intestinal tract is the colon (or large intestine) and the rectum. When these organs are affected, the symptoms are quite similar and so they are referred together as colorectal disorders. This could include a wide spectrum of infections to motility disorders (diarrhea and constipation) to polyps and cancer. Listed below are some of the common colorectal disorders:
Infections: Clostridium difficile is a common bacterial infection of the colorectal region. These infections can be difficult to diagnose and treat.
Motility disorders: This can range from constipation to diarrhea to fecal incontinence and often has an underlying muscular condition. Constipation is when a person has less than three bowel movements per week.

It can be chronic or acute. Diarrhoea refers to frequent, watery stools and is often a sign of underlying infection. If it continues to prolong, then it should be a cause for concern. Faecal incontinence is when there is lack of control over bowel movements, leading to partial or complete leaking of stool.

  1. Diverticulitis: Diverticula are small sacs of the large intestine, and when there is inflammation of these, diverticulitis ensues. The faecal matter could get trapped in these and cause further problems.
  2. Polyps: These are benign growths along the length of the intestine, which can eventually become cancerous.
  3. Inflammatory bowel disease: This is a chronic condition of the digestive tract and includes Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
  4. Cancer: Cancer of the colon, rectum, and anal area often get detected quite late, as the symptoms are mistaken for other common conditions.

Symptoms: Whatever the type of colorectal disorder be, the symptoms are similar and include:

  1. Lower abdominal pain
  2. Alteration in bowel habit, including constipation and/or diarrhea
  3. Constant bloated feeling
  4. Rectal bleeding, either spotting or frank blood
  5. Weight loss (with no particular reason)
  6. Loss of appetite
  7. Painful bowel movement

Diagnosis: The whole set of symptoms or clinical presentation can give a clue to the underlying condition. In addition, given the length and complexity of the colorectal area, the following may be used:

  1. X-ray
  2. Colonoscopy
  3. Sigmoidoscopy
  4. Endoscopic ultrasound
  5. Capsule endoscopy

Some of these can also be used to remove small polyps or growths.

Management of the condition: This covers a wide spectrum from food changes to surgery.

  • Bowel motility disorders: Disorders like chronic constipation may be linked to poor, low-fiber diet. This is often solved with improved eating habits.
  • Medications: These may include antibiotics, probiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs, and immunity controllers (for IBD).
  • Surgery: This could include resection of polyps, removing the cancerous portion of the colon, or resecting a certain portion of the bowel (segmental resection).

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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