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GERD (Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease)




GERD is a chronic disease where the acidic contents of the stomach get refluxed into the lower esophagus, thereby causing damage to it.

  • Heartburn

  • Abdominal or chest pain

  • Belching or bloating

  • Difficulty in swallowing

  • Regurgitation

  • Nausea or vomiting


  • Caused by damage or abnormalities in the barrier between the esophagus and stomach

  •  Abnormal relaxation in the sphincter muscles that help seal off the stomach

  •  Impaired expulsion of the acidic, semi-digested content from the stomach or esophagus

Long-Term Risks

  • Severe intestinal damage

  • Severe, chronic esophageal damage


  • 360° Nissen fundoplication (NF)

  • Toupet fundoplication (TF)

A few incisions are made in the abdomen area, through which tiny tube shaped instruments are inserted. A laparoscope which has a tiny video camera and a powerful light source is then inserted through this incision to allow the doctor to view the procedure on a monitor. Another incision is used to insert surgical instruments in the body by which the procedure is carried out. It is performed under general anesthesia.

 Hernias  Gallstones Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy  Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy  

Advantages of Laparoscopic Surgery

Breast Diseases

Day Care Surgeries

Bariatric (Obesity) Surgery

Cancer Surgery

Laparoscopic Treatment for Uterine & Fibroids
     - Myomectomy
Laparoscopic Appendicectomy
Laparoscopic Ovarian Cyst excision
Laparoscopic Fundoplication for Hiatus Hernia
Laparoscopic Varicocoelectomy

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