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Dr. Rajnish Meena

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10:00 to 5:00pm

About Dr. Rajnish Meena



MS General Surgery - SMS Medical College July 2016

FMAS - Association Of Minimal Access Surgeon Of India 2018

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Apex Hospitals, SP-4 & 6, Central Road, Malviya Nagar Industrial Area, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur-302017, Rajasthan

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  • Monday - Saturday -
    10.00am - 4.00pm
  • Sunday -
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Our Services

Gall Bladder Stone

Your gallbladder is a pear-shaped organ that stores bile, the fluid that helps digest food. If it’s not working the way it should (or your bile gets out of balance), hard fragments start to form.
These can be as small as a grain of rice or as big as a golf ball.

Gallstones don’t go away on their own. If they start to hurt or cause other symptoms, your doctor may decide to remove your gallbladder. This type of surgery is called a cholecystectomy. It’s one of the most common surgeries doctors perform.

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Laparoscopic CBD Exploration

Common bile duct (CBD) stones are identified in 10 to 15 percent of patients undergoing surgery for symptomatic cholelithiasis. CBD stones require extraction for management of symptoms and to prevent complications such as acute suppurative cholangitis, obstructive jaundice, hepatic abscess, and acute pancreatitis.

In the past, CBD stones were diagnosed with intraoperative cholangiography and treated with open CBD exploration. Advances in preoperative imaging technology such as magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) and endoscopic ultrasound,
as well as the development of endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) and minimally invasive surgical techniques, have allowed for less invasive and more accurate methods of identifying and treating CBD stones.

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Appendix Surgery

An appendectomy is the surgical removal of the appendix. It’s a common emergency surgery that’s performed to treat appendicitis, an inflammatory condition of the appendix.

The appendix is a small, tube-shaped pouch attached to your large intestine. It’s located in the lower right side of your abdomen.

The exact purpose of the appendix isn’t known. However, it’s believed that it may help us recover from diarrhea, inflammation, and infections of the small and large intestines. These may sound like important functions, but the body can still function properly without an appendix.

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Hernia Repair

A hernia means something coming through. It most frequently occurs when an organ or internal tissue pokes through a hole or weakness in your abdominal muscle wall.

In many cases, people have no or very few hernia symptoms. You may notice a swelling or lump in your stomach area or groin. Often you have no hernia pain.

If your hernia causes sudden pain and especially if it can’t be pushed back in, you should seek urgent medical care. It may mean that your hernia is trapped or tightly pinched where it pokes through the muscle wall (obstruction) and in extreme cases it may cut off the blood supply to your intestines and tissues in your abdomen (strangulation).

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Diagnostic Laparoscopy

A laparoscope is a telescope designed for medical use. It is connected to a high intensity light and a high-resolution monitor. In order for the surgeon to see inside your abdomen, a hollow tube (port) is placed through your abdominal wall, and the laparoscope is inserted into the port.

The image of the inside of your abdomen is then seen on the monitor. In most cases, this procedure (operation) will be able to diagnose or help discover what the abdominal problem is.

Laparoscopy has a role in the diagnosis of both acute and chronic abdominal pain. There are many causes of abdominal pain. Some of these causes include appendicitis, adhesions or intra-abdominal scar tissue, pelvic infections, endometriosis, abdominal bleeding and, less frequently, cancer.

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