Tarshid Ali Jahangir

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Laparoscopic cholecystectomy remains the standard treatment for cholelithiasis. Ever increasing number of patients with myriad of medical illness is being treated by this technique. However, significant concern prevails among the surgical community regarding its safety in patients with cardiac co-morbidity. Patients with significant cardiac dysfunction and(More)
Left-sided gallbladder, a rare congenital anomaly, is often associated with transposition of single or multiple viscera of thorax and/or abdomen. Clinical features and routine presurgical ultrasonography could miss the anomalous position thereby producing unnecessary anxiety during surgery. Here we are reporting a patient with left-sided gallbladder, known(More)
Peritoneal access and creation of pneumoperitoneum are the key initial steps of laparoscopic surgery. This is commonly achieved by either introducing Veress needle or by gradual dissection of all the layers of the abdominal wall and then introducing a port under direct vision. The two techniques are extremely safe, but large outcome studies have found(More)
Benign coloesophageal anastomotic stricture in postoperative colon bypass patients suffering from the corrosive stricture of the upper esophagus is a challenging problem. Failure of repeated endoscopic balloon dilatation makes way for revisional operative techniques like free jejunal grafts or interposition skin tube based on radial vessels. The situation(More)
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