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MBBS, MS - General Surgery, DNB - Gastroenterology

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Dr. Sachin Wani has been born and brought up in Thane. He finished his MBBS from Rajiv Gandhi Medical College in 2000, MS Surgery from GMC, Miraj in 2006 and Diplomat in National Board (DNB) GI and HPB surgery (Superspeciality) in 2010 in Fortis Mulund Hospital. He has undergone training in laparoscopic GI Oncosurgery at Tata Memorial Hospital in 2009. He has also done his training in Laparoscopic Hepato-Biliary Surgery and Laparoscopic liver resections at NHS Hospital, Southampton UK in 2012. He is currently working as a consultant GI, HPB specialist and Laparoscopic GI Oncosurgeon at Currae Speciality Hospital, Thane and Joy Multispeciality Hospital, Chembur. He specializes in Laparoscopic GI and HPB Surgery, Shunt surgery for Portal Hypertension, Laparoscopic GI Oncosurgery and Colorectal Surgery, Laparoscopic liver resection and liver transplantation he has a lot of national and international papers and publications to his credit including an international publication in the journal of laparoendoscopy and advanced surgical techniques on one of the largest number of laparoscopic pancreatic necrosectomy in the world. He also has authored a text chapter on obstructed defaecation syndrome in clinical GI Surgery textbook which serves as a learning tool for general and GI Surgeons across India and the world.


MBBS - Rajiv Gandhi Medical College - 2001
MS - General Surgery - Government Medical College, Miraj - 2006
DNB - Gastroenterology - National Board of Examinations, New Delhi - 2010
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Asymptomatic Neoplastic Pancreatic Cysts - Diagnosis And Management You Must Know!

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, DNB - Gastroenterology
Gastroenterologist, Thane
Asymptomatic Neoplastic Pancreatic Cysts - Diagnosis And Management You Must Know!

The diagnosis as well as management of pancreatic cystic lesions is a general problem. Nearly 1% of the patients in the chief medical centers have been observed to have pancreatic cystic lesions on cross sectional imaging. It has also been observed that a quarter of all pancreas scanned in an autopsy series contain pancreatic cysts. Earlier, these cystic lesions were regarded benign but with increasing evidence made available from the cystic lesions, they are regarded as origin of pancreatic malignancies.

Information on Asymptomatic Neoplastic Pancreatic Cysts
The most vital medical tools that are used in the diagnosis and management of pancreatic cystic lesions include the endoscopic ultrasound and cross sectional imaging. These are used to distinguish non-mucinous cysts from mucinous cysts. The identification of pancreatic cysts creates a lot of anxiety for the clinicians as well as the patients related to the probable presence of a fatal tumor. The findings of a macro cystic lesion that enclose viscous fluid loaded in CEA are helpful in the analysis of a mucinous lesion. 

The most common pancreatic cysts are the non-neoplastic inflammatory pseudo cysts, and they can be detected easily by imaging. The identification of pancreatic irregularity with probable association with malignant cells is a vital source of referral for the specialist. The set of guidelines that have been proposed for the management and diagnosis of patients with asymptomatic neoplastic pancreatic cysts are based specifically on the analysis of the quality of the data. It is also designed to address the most important and frequent clinical scenarios. The diagnostic suggestions are provided based on the clinical problem as well as the risk of malignancy.

Imperative Guidelines to Follow
To achieve accurate diagnosis of asymptomatic neoplastic pancreatic cysts is indeed a great challenge. It is all the more important to find the reproducible methods that can be used to stratify threat of cancer for the patients. The main guidelines include a two year screening interval of cysts that can be of any size as well as stopping observation after 5 years, in case there is no change.  The new guidelines, for the most part, recommend surgery if more than one concerning feature is confirmed on the MRI by use of endoscopic ultrasound. The new guidelines even suggest discontinuation of inspection after the surgery if no dysplasia or invasive cancer is identified. The guidelines have mainly been developed by use of Grading of Recomendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation.

2035 people found this helpful

Crohn's Disease - What Causes It?

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, DNB - Gastroenterology
Gastroenterologist, Thane
Crohn's Disease - What Causes It?

One of the more severe illnesses included in the larger group of diseases known as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), Crohn's disease is typically a long-lasting, chronic condition. The intestine or bowel, most commonly the colon and the lower part of the small intestine, are either marked by sores or get inflamed and ulcerated. It is a common occurrence in adolescents and in young adults.

Crohn's disease is subdivided into five types, each having its own set of symptoms:

  1. Ileocolitis - The most common type, it affects the colon and the ileum and results in considerable weight loss as well as diarrhea and cramps.
  2. Gastroduodenal Crohn's disease - People who suffer from this type of disease have their stomach and duodenum affected and many experience symptoms like nausea, loss of appetite and weight loss.
  3. Crohn's colitis - This involves only the stomach, and can cause joint pains, rectal bleeding, skin lesions and diarrheas,
  4. Ileitis - This type affects the ileum and the symptoms are identical to those of ileocolitis.
  5. Jejunoileitis - In this type, the jejunum gets affected and general symptoms include the formation of fistulas, diarrhea, intensive back pain as well as areas of inflammation.

Despite the uncertainty as to the nature of the specific causes of Crohn's disease, there have been a few possible causes which have been identified. These include:

  1. Immune system problems
  2. Genetic disorders
  3. Environmental factors, such as:-
    • Certain edibles
    • Viruses or harmful bacteria
    • Smoke

The primary symptoms of Crohn's disease include the following:

  1. Diarrhea: This can occur for about 10 to 20 times a day in more severe cases.
  2. In rare cases, there may be blood in your stool.
  3. In more intense cases, you may even develop a fever.
  4. Cramping and intermittent belly pain.
  5. Anemia, due to a reduction in iron levels caused by bloody stools.
  6. Weight loss.
  7. Erratic appearance of small tears in the anus, called anal fissures.

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

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Unhealthy Holiday Eating Can Be More Harmful Than You Think!

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, DNB - Gastroenterology
Gastroenterologist, Thane
Unhealthy Holiday Eating Can Be More Harmful Than You Think!

Some traditions are unique in this country. On the top of the bill lies the ritual of sitting together with family during holidays and sharing a grand and unending meal. Although, this is really fun but the after effects of these get together are not very pretty; with the spread of hearty dishes, it becomes very hard to control the appetite and you end up overeating. Having a party with friends or watching football or cricket match that is directed towards relieving the situation, but in reality, it makes the situation worse. If this is the only viable means of following your tradition, then it is time to consider what you are doing to your body.

Gastric distresses is just the beginning: Overeating during the holidays can lead to unhealthy weight gain, and in case you are already overweight, then it may lead to obesity. Now this in turn would play its role in making you prone to heart diseases, blood pressure, diabetes and several other severe diseases. A single instance of eating more than you should may lead to short-term consequences that are not simply confined to bloating or excess gas. Expert gastroenterologists opine that seasonal overeating can have a ripple effect throughout the body which can also affect the nervous system.

Overeating is very harmful: After you have eaten more than your stomach can hold, the post-meal malaise you go through is not actually the outcome of the tryptophan in the chicken; it has resulted from the increase in blood flow through the digestive tract, and it's your body's way of protesting that you must stop now. Every disease has a cause that is often rooted in one's habits. One of the most prominent results of overeating is the deterioration of the digestive system. With a poor digestive system, you may feel nauseous, uneasy and a subtle weakness in the limbs and legs.

Limiting the function of major organs: If you eat more than your body can take up even occasionally, it will bring about an overload in the entire physical system casting a stress on the intestines, stomach, heart and other major organs. Your body has limited energy and blood and when you overeat, all the organs demand more energy for functioning optimally. Thus just half of the required resources reach your limbs and brain.

There are various ways of enjoying with your close ones and overeating though may appear to be a fun thing to do, it has the power to impair your system. But if you have already indulged in the same, it's probably time to visit your gastroenterologist to help the digestive system to soothe down. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Dyspepsia - What Is It And How Can It Be Treated?

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, DNB - Gastroenterology
Gastroenterologist, Thane
Dyspepsia - What Is It And How Can It Be Treated?

Dyspepsia is an uncommon word, but a very common problem. This medical condition is more commonly known as indigestion of the stomach and small intestine. The symptoms of this condition include abdominal pain, bloating, belching, nausea and a loss of appetite. They come and go varying terms of frequency and intensity. 

Some of the common causes of dyspepsia are lactose intolerance, anxiety, regurgitated stomach juices, stomach ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome and excessive caffeine or alcohol intake. In most cases dyspepsia can be easily treated with home remedies. 

Here are the 5 best ways to treat it:

  1. Lemon juice: Lemon juice cleanses the digestive system by flushing out waste material and undigested food. It also inhibits the formation of acids in the stomach and boosts appetite. Dilute the juice of 1 lemon in a glass of water to avail its benefits. You could also add half a teaspoon of fresh ginger juice to this. Ginger also aids in digestion and prevents flatulence.
  2. Buttermilk: Buttermilk has cooling properties and helps calm the stomach and intestines. It is also suitable for people who are lactose intolerant. Drink a glass of buttermilk immediately after a meal to improve your digestion. You could also flavor it with roasted cumin powder or mint. Mint also helps in relieving indigestion and prevents buildup of gases in the stomach while cumin stimulates the secretion of pancreatic enzymes.
  3. Yogurt: Yogurt is the best remedy for any stomach bug. It is rich in probiotics that help restore balance healthy gut bacteria and stabilize digestion. Yogurt can be had as an accompaniment to your meals or mixed with steamed rice to make it a meal in itself.
  4. Fenugreek: Fenugreek boosts appetite and helps relieve indigestion. This herb is known for its soothing properties that cleanse the digestive system. Fenugreek leaves can be bitter and unpalatable. Hence, to benefit from this, boil the leaves and then lightly fry them in butter before eating them.
  5. Pomegranate juice: Pomegranate juice is an excellent way to treat indigestion and diarrhea. Its antioxidant properties also make it a good remedy for heartburn. To benefit from pomegranate juice, dilute the juice of a pomegranate in a glass of water along with a tablespoon of honey.

Along with this, also take a look at your eating habits. Avoid eating on the move and chew your food properly. Eat only when you are hungry and control your portion sizes. Lastly, make the time to exercise for half an hour or so every day.

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

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Laparoscopic Gall Bladder Removal Surgery

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, DNB - Gastroenterology
Gastroenterologist, Thane

Gall stones is becoming a common problem in adults of all age groups. Faulty eating habits, long gaps, spicy oily foods, prolonged fasting is making gall bladder work overtime and causing damage to it's inner lining leading to formation of stones. Gall stones can lead to sudden impaction with acute cholecystitis and or obstructive jaundice if it slips in the bile duct. You may suddenly have excruciating pain in right side of abdomen with vomiting.

 Diagnosis is by doing ultrasound abdomen and liver function tests. If stones are small and you have no symptoms, they can be treated by medicines like ursedeoxycholic acid. If you start experiencing excessive acidity or abdominal pain, you will require treatment for same.

Treatment of large stones, symptomatic or impacted stones is laparoscopic or keyhole cholecystectomy i. E. Removal of gall bladder with stones and not only stone removal. As gall bladder is diseased and stones are a sequelae.

You have to admit for one day, surgery takes an hour approximately and you will be discharged next day. You will have minimal scars and can resume all activities in a week's time.

Prevention of gall stones is to inculcate good eating habits and timely food to be taken with a balanced diet.

Complications of gallstones can be severe like jaundice, perforation of gall bladder and spillage of bile in abdomen. Diabetes can aggravatile the situation.