Dr. Darshan Patel performs the best pancreatic surgery in Surat. The pancreas is a large gland located behind the stomach and next to the duodenum. Pancreatitis is a condition that may cause severe belly pain. The pancreas is an organ that produces hormones and juices that help break down food. When this organ gets irritated or swollen, this condition is known as Pancreatitis. About 80-90% of acute pancreatitis is by excessive alcohol consumption and gallstones. Other possible causes are medications, autoimmune diseases, genetic abnormalities, infections, trauma, metabolic disorders, and surgery.

The long-lasting chronic pancreatitis most often happens after the episode of an acute infection. Alcohol abuse, high triglyceride levels, hypercalcemia (high calcium levels in the blood), abdominal injuries, smoking, cystic fibrosis, certain medications, etc. We offer laparoscopic distal pancreatectomy for endocrine and cystic tumors of the body and tail pancreas, Best Pancreas Surgeon, Best Pancreatitis Doctor, Best Pancreatic Cancer Doctor, Pancreatic Cancer Surgeon Surat, Pancreatic Surgeons Surat, Best Pancreatic Surgery Doctors, Endocrine and cystic tumors of the pancreas are associated with an outstanding outcome and are often associated with a very low grade malignancy.

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Signs and Symptoms of Pancreas
Signs and symptoms vary depending on the type of infection a person has. Symptoms of acute pancreatitis are, diarrhea, weight loss resulting from malabsorption of food, bleeding due to anemia, jaundice, etc. Diabetes may develop if the beta cells of islets of Langerhans damage.

Surgery for Pancreatic cancer (Adenocarcinoma of Pancreas, Cystic neoplasm of Pancreas, Neuroendocrine tumoutr of Pancreas) Whipple”s Operation
Pancreatic Cancer is a pancreas with complex disease requiring expert treatment. Surgery for Pancreatic Cancer is the most common operation to remove a cancer in the head of the pancreas. The treatment for Pancreatic Cancer varies on the size of tumors in your pancreas and its stage. Surgery is the basis of treatment for pancreatic cancers. Some of these can be performed by Laparoscopy, again depending on its location and stage. Some patients may need further treatment in form of chemotherapy after surgery depending on the final biopsy report.

Surgery for Pancreatic necrosis / Acute Pancreatitis
Surgery for Pancreatic necrosis / Acute Pancreatitis is a sudden inflammation that occurs over a short period of time. In the majority of cases, acute pancreatitis causes by gallstone or heavy alcohol use. Other causes include medications, infections, trauma, metabolic disorders and surgery. In many cases of Acute Pancreatitis the severity may range from mild abdominal discomfort to a severe, life-threatening illness. Majority of people with acute pancreatitis recover completely after receiving the appropriate treatment.

Surgery for Chronic Pancreatitis – Freys’ Procedure
Chronic pancreatitis is an inflammation of your pancreas that doesn’t improve over time. This Chronic Pancreatitis occurs most commonly after acute pancreatitis as a result of ongoing inflammation of the pancreas. With prolonged use of alcohol chronic pancreatitis are caused in 45% of people. And in other cases the chronic pancreatitis are caused due to gallstone, hereditary disorders of the pancreas, cystic fibrosis, high triglycerides and certain medicines. In this case the patient has severe pain and loss of pancreatic function. That result in digestion and blood sugar abnormalities. Dr. Darshan Patel performs the best pancreatic surgery in Surat.

Pseudocyst of Pancreas
Pancreatitis is a serious and painful condition. Pancreatitis enzymes which help you digest fats and sugars, overreact and begin to digest the tissues of the pancreas itself. Pseudocyst of the pancreas is a localized fluid collection that is rich in amylase and other pancreatic enzymes. The pancreas also releases hormones to help control blood sugar. This includes insulin. This can cause swelling, bleeding, and damage to the tissues and blood vessels in your pancreas. Cysts typically form when the ducts that carry pancreatic juices to the intestine become blocked.

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