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Best Oncosurgeon in Delhi NCR

Best Oncosurgeon in Delhi NCR: Dr Amit Jain

Best Oncosurgeon
Best Oncosurgeon (GI Cancer Surgeon)

Dr Amit Jain is Best Oncosurgeon(Gastointestinal) in Delhi NCR. Senior Consultant Department of GI Surgery, GI Oncology, Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery at Max Hospital Patparganj Delhi and Vaishali Ghaziabad
He has performed various complex GI surgical procedures in the past 10 years. He expertise in managing hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancers, Gastro-esophageal cancer, cancers of colon and rectum, pouch surgeries for ulcerative colitis and Bariatric Surgery. He is best Cancer specialist in Delhi NCR

  • Qualifications

MCh (Surgical Gastroenterology) from GB Pant Hospital, University of Delhi (2013).
MS (General Surgery) from Gandhi Medical College and associated Hamidia Hospital Bhopal M.P.
MBBS Kasturba Medical College Mangalore Manipal University Karnataka 2003

  • Special Interest

Laparoscopic GI Onco Surgery
Hepato Pancreatico Biliary Surgery
Bariatric Surgery

  • Experience

GI, Hepatobiliary and Liver Transplant Surgeon at ILBS, New Delhi.
Assistant Professor GI, Hepatobiliary Department at DMC Ludhiana.
GI, Hepatobiliary and Bariatric Surgeon at Nayati Hospital Mathura.
GI, Hepatobiliary and Bariatric Surgeon at Jaypee Hospital Noida

  • Fellowship

Fellowship Minimal Access Surgery (FMAS)
Fellowship Advanced Laparoscopic Upper GI Surgery (FALS-UGI)
Fellow of Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo Surgeons (FIAGES)

  • Membership

The Association of Surgeons of India (32648)
Indian association of Surgical Gastroenterology (J-52)
Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo Surgeons (6159)
Association of Minimal Access Surgeons of India (7915)
The Association of Colon & Rectal Surgeons of India (1245)
Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society of India (LM444)
International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity & Metabolic Disorders (LM444)

  • Publications

Isolated extrahepatic bile duct injury after blunt trauma abdomen. Mishra PK, Saluja SS, Nag HH, Goel N, Jain A, Kujur D. Am Surg. 2012 Sep;78(9):1014-6.
Minimally invasive oesophagectomy in prone versus lateral decubitus position: A comparative study.Javed A, Manipadam JM, Jain A, Kalayarasan R, Uppal R, Agarwal AK. J Minim Access Surg. 2016 Jan-Mar;12(1):10-5.
Gastric conduit perforation. Patil N, Kaushal A, Jain A, Saluja SS, Mishra PK.World J Clin Cases. 2014 Aug 16;2(8):398-401
Laparoscopic removal of a needle from the pancreas. Jain A, Nag HH, Goel N, Gupta N, Agarwal AK. J Minim Access Surg. 2013 Apr;9(2):80-1

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Best Oncologist or Cancer Doctor in Delhi NCR

Best Oncologist or Cancer Doctor in Delhi NCR: Dr Amit Jain

Best Oncologist
Best Oncologist ( GI Oncosurgeon)

Dr Amit Jain is Best Oncologist (Surgical) or Cancer Doctor or Cancer Specialist in Delhi NCR. Senior Consultant Department of GI Surgery, GI Oncology, Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery at Max Hospital Patparganj Delhi and Vaishali Ghaziabad
He has performed various complex GI surgical procedures in the past 10 years. He expertise in managing hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancers, Gastro-esophageal cancer, cancers of colon and rectum, pouch surgeries for ulcerative colitis and Bariatric Surgery.He is Best Laparoscopic Surgeon in Delhi NCR

  • Qualification

MCh (Surgical Gastroenterology) from GB Pant Hospital, University of Delhi (2013).
MS (General Surgery) from Gandhi Medical College and associated Hamidia Hospital Bhopal M.P.
MBBS Kasturba Medical College Mangalore Manipal University Karnataka 2003

  • Special Interest

Laparoscopic GI Onco Surgery
Hepato Pancreatico Biliary Surgery
Bariatric Surgery

  • Experience

GI, Hepatobiliary and Liver Transplant Surgeon at ILBS, New Delhi.
Assistant Professor GI, Hepatobiliary Department at DMC Ludhiana.
GI, Hepatobiliary and Bariatric Surgeon at Nayati Hospital Mathura.
GI, Hepatobiliary and Bariatric Surgeon at Jaypee Hospital Noida.

  • Fellowship

Fellowship Minimal Access Surgery (FMAS)
Fellowship Advanced Laparoscopic Upper GI Surgery (FALS-UGI)
Fellow of Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo Surgeons (FIAGES)

  • Membership

The Association of Surgeons of India (32648)
Indian association of Surgical Gastroenterology (J-52)
Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo Surgeons (6159)
Association of Minimal Access Surgeons of India (7915)
The Association of Colon & Rectal Surgeons of India (1245)
Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society of India (LM444)
International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity & Metabolic Disorders (LM444)

  • Publications

Isolated extrahepatic bile duct injury after blunt trauma abdomen. Mishra PK, Saluja SS, Nag HH, Goel N, Jain A, Kujur D. Am Surg. 2012 Sep;78(9):1014-6.
Minimally invasive oesophagectomy in prone versus lateral decubitus position: A comparative study.Javed A, Manipadam JM, Jain A, Kalayarasan R, Uppal R, Agarwal AK. J Minim Access Surg. 2016 Jan-Mar;12(1):10-5.
Gastric conduit perforation. Patil N, Kaushal A, Jain A, Saluja SS, Mishra PK.World J Clin Cases. 2014 Aug 16;2(8):398-401
Laparoscopic removal of a needle from the pancreas. Jain A, Nag HH, Goel N, Gupta N, Agarwal AK. J Minim Access Surg. 2013 Apr;9(2):80-1

Dr Amit Jain is Best Oncosurgeon in Noida Delhi NCR. Call us at 7351088686 for your queries

Best Gastroenterologist (Surgical) : Dr Amit Jain

Best Gastroenterologist in Delhi NCR: Dr Amit Jain

Best Gastroenterologist
Best Gastroenterologist (Surgical)

Dr Amit Jain is Best Gastroenterologist in Delhi NCR. Senior Consultant Department of GI Surgery, GI Oncology, Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery at Max Hospital Patparganj Delhi and Vaishali Ghaziabad
He has performed various complex GI surgical procedures in the past 10 years. He expertise in managing hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancers, Gastro-esophageal cancer, cancers of colon and rectum, pouch surgeries for ulcerative colitis and Bariatric Surgery. He is Best Oncologist in Delhi NCR

  • Qualification

MCh (Surgical Gastroenterology) from GB Pant Hospital, University of Delhi (2013).
MS (General Surgery) from Gandhi Medical College and associated Hamidia Hospital Bhopal M.P.
MBBS Kasturba Medical College Mangalore Manipal University Karnataka 2003

  • Special Interest

Laparoscopic GI Onco Surgery
Hepato Pancreatico Biliary Surgery
Bariatric Surgery

  • Experience

GI, Hepatobiliary and Liver Transplant Surgeon at ILBS, New Delhi.
Assistant Professor GI, Hepatobiliary Department at DMC Ludhiana.
GI, Hepatobiliary and Bariatric Surgeon at Nayati Hospital Mathura.
GI, Hepatobiliary and Bariatric Surgeon at Jaypee Hospital Noida

  • Fellowship

Fellowship Minimal Access Surgery (FMAS)
Fellowship Advanced Laparoscopic Upper GI Surgery (FALS-UGI)
Fellow of Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo Surgeons (FIAGES)

  • Membership

The Association of Surgeons of India (32648)
Indian association of Surgical Gastroenterology (J-52)
Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo Surgeons (6159)
Association of Minimal Access Surgeons of India (7915)
The Association of Colon & Rectal Surgeons of India (1245)
Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society of India (LM444)
International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity & Metabolic Disorders (LM444)

  • Publications

Isolated extrahepatic bile duct injury after blunt trauma abdomen. Mishra PK, Saluja SS, Nag HH, Goel N, Jain A, Kujur D. Am Surg. 2012 Sep;78(9):1014-6.
Minimally invasive oesophagectomy in prone versus lateral decubitus position: A comparative study.Javed A, Manipadam JM, Jain A, Kalayarasan R, Uppal R, Agarwal AK. J Minim Access Surg. 2016 Jan-Mar;12(1):10-5.
Gastric conduit perforation. Patil N, Kaushal A, Jain A, Saluja SS, Mishra PK.World J Clin Cases. 2014 Aug 16;2(8):398-401
Laparoscopic removal of a needle from the pancreas. Jain A, Nag HH, Goel N, Gupta N, Agarwal AK. J Minim Access Surg. 2013 Apr;9(2):80-1

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Jaundice: Investigations & Treatment

What is Jaundice

Yellowish discoloration of body mainly sclera of eye is jaundice and generally indicate liver disease. It occur due to accumulation of bilirubin pigment in the body. Bilirubin pigment is formed after destruction of old red blood cells in the body and after that it is secreted through bile in to stool. Hyperbiliruninemia occur either due to excessive production because of excessive hemolysis. It also occur if there is obstruction in the passage of bilirubin pigment through liver in to small intestinejaundice

  • Blood Investigations 

The most common blood investigation done is Liver Function Test. Bilirubin is raised. In case of obstructive jaundice conjugated part of bilirubin is raised while in hemolysis or other medical cause unconjugated bilirubin is raised. If the cause is hepatitis then enzymes SGOT/SGPT are also raised. Serum alkaline phosphate is marker for obstructive jaundice
Uncojugated bilirubin is raised in Hepatitis patients. Most common cause of hepatitis are alcoholic hepatitis, Viral hepatitis and steaohepatitis. Most common viral infections which cause hepatitis are Hepatitis A, E, B and C infection. Blood test for the presence of these infections should be done in case of acute hepatitis
Total Leucocyte counts is raised in patient with cholangitis. Renal function tests should be done as these patients have dehydration and low blood pressure and RFT can be deranged

  • Radiological Investigations 

The most common first investigation done is Ultrasound abdomen. The dilatation of biliary channels on ultrasound suggest biliary tract obstruction. The level of bile duct dilatations indicate the site of obstruction. CBD stones or mass can be visualized on ultrasound as cause of obstruction
MRI/MRCP is more helpful to delineate biliary anatomy before any interventionThere are guidelines which recommend EUS in these patients before ERCP

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Ulcerative Colitis

What is Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative colitis is inflammatory condition of large bowel which starts from the rectum amd involves in a retrograde fashion the proximal large bowel. Rarely it involves the small bowel. The most common symptom is diarrhoea. The cause of ulcerative colitis is unknown. It has been postulated that it may be caused by interaction between patient genetic susceptibility and the environment. The course of the disease is characterized by period of exacerbation of symptoms and remission. The remission of symptoms may be spontaneous or may be due to medicine. Because of trasmural nature of disease it may lead to complications like abscess formation, fistula to orther organs and bowel stenosis. Long term ulcerative colitis is risk factor for bowel cancer. It is managed initally by Gastroenterologist
Ulcerative ColitisIndications for Surgery in Ulcerative Colitis

  • Emergency Indications

Hemorrhage
Perforation
Toxic Megacolon
Fulminant disease activity not responsive to maximal medical therapy

  • Elective Indications

Complications of Medical therapy for ulcerative colitis
Frequent remission despite maximal medical therapy
Cancer/Intestinal Dysplasia
Growth retardation in children

Surgery for Ulcerative Colitis

  • Emergency surgery

Total abdominal colectomy with Hartman procedure or mucus fistula and end ileostomy is done

  • Elective Surgery

It can be done in one stage or two stage. Surgery done is total procto-colectomy in which whole of large bowel and rectum are removed. After that a pouch is created from distal part of ileum and this pouch is anastomosed to anal canal. The whole procedure is called as total procto-colectomy with ileo-anal pouch anastomeses.This can be done as a single time surgery. In high risk patients who are on steroids a diverting loop ileostomy is also created. In these patients ileostomy is closed after 4 weeks

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Colostomy: Indications, Types & Complications

  • What is a Colostomy

A colostomy is a surgically created opening in the abdomen through which a part of large intestine is brought outside the abdominal cavity through which fecal matter or undigested food material passes into a bag attached to the bowel opening. The opening in the skin where bag is attached for fecal waste collection is called as stoma

  • Why a Colostomy

ColostomyIt is indicated either to protect a distal bowel anastomosis or as a permanent procedure in very low  bowel cancer with anal sphincter muscle involvement

  • Types of colostomy

Temporary : It is a diversion stoma in which fecal matter is diverted outside proximal, to protect an anastomosis distally. Whenever there is doubt of healing of any bowel anastomosis then proximal to this anastomosis a diverting or temporary stoma is created so that fecal matter does not pass through the anastomotic site.

Permanent : It is done in case of very low rectal or anal cancer in which anal sphincter mechanism cannot be preserved. Also done in severe perineal injury which destroys sphincter muscles completely

  • Risks 

It is a major surgery with risk of anesthesia and procedure itself. There may be blockage of the colostomy, prolapse of the stoma, para-stomal hernias, internal bleeding

  • Life with a Colostomy

Except very heavy lifting jobs, stoma should not interfere with any other job. Patient can have normal sexual activity and  it does not effect pregnancy. In diet a very important practice is to chew thoroughly and proper hydration. Can wear clothes as before stoma. No restriction in any sports activity

Dr Amit Jain is Best ColoRectal Surgeon in Delhi Noida Ghaziabad NCR

All About Laparoscopic Surgery

  • What is Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopic surgery means minimally invasive surgery or surgery done by minimal incision. It is possible with the help of an instrument called laparoscope which has a tiny video camera and light on the end. It can be introduce in the abdominal cavity with incision of 5mm only. Through it surgeon can look at a video monitor inside of the abdominal cavity

  • What to eat after laparoscopy surgery

Laparoscopic

After Laparoscopic surgery bowel movements appear early as compared to open procedure, if bowel resection is not done during surgery then patient can be allowed liquids orally 4-6 hrs after surgery and gradually to normal diet

  • Laparoscopy surgery cost

The cost of laparoscopy surgery varies from one institute to other and also on the type of surgery done

  • Laparoscopy incisions healing time

As the length of incision is less in laparoscopy surgery, healing time is less as compared to open approach and incisions heal within a week

  • Abdominal pain after laparoscopy surgery

Abdominal pain after laparoscopic surgery is minimal as the length of incision is very minimal. The duration and frequency of analgesia required after laparoscopic surgery is less as compared to open surgery

  • Why is laparoscopy surgery done

Laparoscopy surgery has many advantages compared to traditional open approach

Less pain in the post-op period

Early mobilization

  • Laparoscopy surgery time

The duration of laparoscopy surgery varies according to the surgery and also the intra-abdominal adhesions

  • Laparoscopy surgery scars

These are smooth and very minimal

  • Laparoscopy Abdominal Surgery

Most common surgery are cholecystectomy, appendectomy,

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Bowel Cancer: Symptoms, Causes, Screening & Treatment

  • What is bowel Cancer or Intestine Cancer

Bowel cancer is a general term used for large intestine cancer. It is also called as colo-rectal cancer. From management point of view it is divided into colon cancer and rectal cancer as rectal cancer are sensitive to radiotherapy whereas colon cancer are poor sensitive to radiotherapy

  • Symptoms of Bowel Cancer

Bowel Cancer
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Blood in stool: It may be fresh blood or blackish stool and may or may not be associated with other symptoms
Change in bowel habits: Patient may complain of altered bowel habits, constipation altering with diarrhoea
Pain abdomen: It is generally localized to the site of cancer. Patient may develop generalized pain abdomen with distension in case of large bowel obstruction
These symptoms are associated with anorexia and weight loss

  • Causes of Bowel Cancer

Age is the most common risk factor. Incidence is more after the age of 50 year. Diet high in red or processed meats and low in fibre, obesity, lack of physical activity, alcohol, smoking all increases risk . Family history before the age of 50 year and personal history of inflammatory bowel disease such as ulcerative colitis  increases the risk for bowel cancer

  • Bowel cancer screening

The purpose of screening is to identify cancer at early stage. Starting from age of 50 year full length colonoscopy is advise in all normal risk population. It is advised at earlier age in high risk patients such as patients with family history of colo-rectal cancer, personal history of inflammatory bowel disease

  • Treatment

Surgical resection is the preferred treatment is the cancer is resectable and patient is fit for surgery. For locally advance rectal tumors chemo-radiotherapy before surgery has shown good results

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Colorectal Polyp: Risk factors, Symptoms & Treatment

  • What are Colorectal Polyp

Colorectal polyp or colonic polyp are growth or mass that appear on the inner surface of the colon. Most of them are benign or harmless. Usually these does not cause any symptom. Colorectal polypTwo main types of polyps, One is non-neoplastic which is most common in which chances of conversion to cancer is negligible and other is neoplastic polyp which have a chance to convert to cancer
Non-neoplastic polyps are of three types: Hyperplastic polyps most common, inflammatory polyps and hamartomatous polyps
Neoplastic are of two types: Adenomas and serrated polyps.

  • Symptoms:

Most colorectal polyp do not cause any symptom, but some people with large polyps may have such as change in bowel habits, Rectal bleeding, Pain, Iron deficiency anemia due to blood loss, mucus discharge

  • Risk Factors

Age: It is the most commmon risk factor. Chances of developing colonic polyp are more in older age
Inflammatory bowel disease such as ulcerative colitis and crohns disease
Family history and Genetic disorders such as Familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP), Peutz-Jeghers syndrome
Other rare cause: tobacco and alcohol use, obesity, type 2 diabetes

  • Diagnosis

Colonoscopy is the most common test for detection of colorectal polyp. It is an OPD base procedure in which gastroenterologist examine mucosa or the inner lining of the colon and rectum using a long, thin flexible tube with a camera and a light on the end. If polyp size is large they take a biopsy, otherwise small polyps can be removed at the same time
CT colonography also called as virtual colonoscopy can also be used to examine the colon indirectly but no biopsy or polypectomy can be done

  • Treatment

Polypectomy is advised for colorectal polyps as no test can predict which polyp will turn into cancer. most polyps can be removed during colonoscopy, rarely patients may require surgery for removal of large polyps

  • Prognosis

After polypectomy prognosis depends on the histopathology report. Polpectomy is sufficient for non-neoplastic and non-invasive cancer. Bowel resection may be required in invasive cancer. Follow up colonoscopy is required as patient may again develop polyps. Daily Aspirin or NSAIDs may reduce the risk of new polyps forming

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Esophageal Cancer: Risk Factors, Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

Esophageal Cancer Risk Factors

Smoking, alcohol intake, obesity and GERD are common esophageal cancer risk factor. Smoking and alcohol cause squamous cell carcinoma. Obesity and acid reflux are risk factors for adenocarcinoma. Healthy life style can prevent esophagus carcinoma

  • Esophageal Cancer Symptoms

Esophageal CancerThe most common symptom is dysphagia. Initially it is for solid food and gradually to liquid also. Patient can have chest pain/regurgitation. Anorexia and weight loss are common. Advance carcinoma patients can have bony pain, abdomen distension due to ascites, respiratory distress due to pulmonary effusion

  • Esophageal Cancer Diagnosis

Upper GI Endoscopy is done by gastroenterologist and is the investigation of choice. It will show growth or stricture in the esophagus. Biopsy will confirm the diagnosis. Most common type of esophagus carcinoma is adenocarcinoma located in the lower third of esophagus. Squamous cell carcinoma is other type and mainly found in the upper and middle third of esophagus

  • Investigations

CECT Chest and upper abdomen is done.CECT will show the growth in the esophagus, its relation with surrounding structures, any associated lymph nodes, and metastases. It helps in planning of Esophagus Carcinoma  Treatment

  • Treatment

The recommended first line Esophagus Cancer Treatment is surgery if cancer is resectable. For locally advance tumor pre-operative chemotherapy is given.If patient respond to chemotherapy and tumor become resectable surgery is done. For metastatic disease endoscopic esophageal stent is placed for relief of dysphagia. If endoscopic stenting is not possible feeding jejunostomy is done surgically for nutrition

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