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Gastroenterology & GI Surgery Diseases

Paras Hospitals, Panchkula

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Paras Institute of Gastroenterology and GI Surgery Panchkula is devoted to the clinical care of patients with digestive system, gastrointestinal land liver disorders. These include peptic ulcer disease, gastro-esophageal reflux disease, gastrointestinal bleeding, functional gastrointestinal disorders, inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatico-biliary diseases, acute and chronic liver disease as well as gastrointestinal and liver malignancies. Paras Institute of Gastroenterology and GI Surgery provides consultation, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for patients with gastrointestinal, liver diseasesdisorders of the stomach, duodenum and colon (large bowel)

Paras Institute of Gastroenterology and GI Surgery has a dedicated team of Gastroenterologists and GI Surgeons of national and international repute that understand that Liver and Digestive Diseases account for the fifth most common cause of death in India. The experienced team of surgeons specialize in performing high end procedures based on international standards.

Paras Institute of Gastroenterology and GI Surgery Panchkula specializes in treating cancers of the esophagus, stomach and the GI tract. The Institute with its multi disciplinary approach has a well coordinated protocols to treat patients.

GASTROENTEROLOGY AND GI SURGERY DISEASES

  • Liver Failure : 

A liver failure or liver failure is when the central metabolic organ – the liver – can no longer work properly. Sometimes, this develops without a pre-existing liver disease (acute liver failure), in other cases, from long-term liver damage (chronic liver failure). Read more about causes, course and treatment options for liver failure. Click here to read more

  • Acid Reflux : 

Acid reflux is a condition that develops when the chime from stomach reflux back to the esophagus pipe due to the opening of the gastro-esophagus sphincter in the absence of bleaching, nausea, and vomiting. Reflux is a physiological phenomenon that appears after meals, for a short period, and that is usually due to spontaneous relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter. Click here to read more

  • Alcoholic Hepatitis : 

Alcoholic hepatitis is caused by drinking too many alcoholic beverages. The liver breaks down alcohol. If you were diagnosed with alcoholic hepatitis, you should stop drinking alcohol. People who continue to consume alcohol face a high risk of liver damage and death. Click here to read more

  • Bloating : 

The abdominal distension is characterized by the sensation of abdominal swelling and discomfort and possible visible inflammation of the abdomen. It is a common ailment since it affects between 10 and 30 percent of adults. Click here to read more

  • Fatty Liver : 

It is a liver disease characterized by the accumulation of fatty acids and triglycerides in liver cells (hepatocytes). Click here to read more

  • Gastritis : 

Inflammation of the walls of the stomach. Click here to read more

  • Gastroenteritis : 

Gastroenteritis is characterized by loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, moderate or severe diarrhea and discomfort in the abdomen, and is usually due to an infection that is acquired by consuming contaminated food. Click here to read more

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome : 

IBS is a long-term disorder of the intestines. IBS does not cause inflammation or more severe conditions. Click here to read more

  • Hepatitis : 

The hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver that can be due to diverse causes, although generally, it is a virus the person in charge of the affection. It results in various problems such as low bile production, deficiencies of nutrients, decreased the ability of digestion, low immunity level and low blood sugar level. Click here to read more

  • GERD : 

The gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a chronic intestinal disease that occurs when stomach acid or sometimes, bile flows back (reflux) in the gastrointestinal tract (esophagus). Acid washing irritates the esophageal mucosa and causes GERD symptoms. Click here to read more

  • Jaundice : 

Jaundice is a symptom that is manifested by the yellow or bronze coloring of the skin and mucous membranes. In its first stage, jaundice is visible in the iris of the eyes. The color is due to the presence of excess bilirubin in the blood, a yellow bile pigment that comes from the degradation of hemoglobin (at the end of the life cycle of red blood cells). Click here to read more

  • Lactose Intolerance : 

The intolerance to lactose is a condition that occurs in case of lactase deficiency, manifests, i.e., when it fails the enzyme able to break down and digest lactose, the primary sugar found in milk (cow’s milk, goat, donkey as well as breast milk), glucose and galactose. It is not a serious disease, and it is usually enough to avoid the consumption of foods at risk to prevent any symptoms. Click here to read more

  • Gaucher Disease : 

Gaucher disease is a rare inherited condition that causes an abnormal accumulation of fatty substances. Click here to read more

  • Gas : 

Gas can appear at the most inopportune times: during an important meeting or in a crowded elevator. Although expelling intestinal gas (flatus) is not something serious, it can be embarrassing.

Anything that causes intestinal gas or is associated with constipation or diarrhea can cause gas pains. Click here to read more

  • Gallstones : 

Gallstones are calcified deposits of digestive fluid that can form in the gallbladder. Click here to read more

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