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GS Memorial Hospital

Craniofacial Surgery

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For various congenital or acquired deformities of the cram facial region. Treatment of cramosynostesis , plagrecphaly , various syndromes.

Maxillofacial Surgery

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Lyphoedema (Filariaris), Elephantiasis

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Surgical and non surgical treatment of Lyphoedema of upper and lower limbs, penis and scrotum .  

Facio-maxillary injuries

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Soft tissue injuries-lacerations, abrassions ,crush and contusions of facial skin needs special care by a plastic surgeon for repai and to minimise the scar on the face. Facial nerve injury- deep lacerations may cause injury to the facial nerve braches leading to the paralysis of the affected muscle. The facial nerv can be repaired by […]

Injuries of Hand & Feet

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Hand injuries various soft tissues and bony injuries of the hand with or without tenders, nerve and vascular injuries are treated by plastic surgery.

Penile Cancer, Reconstruction

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Reconstruction of penis following trauma or cancer surgery.

Pressure Sore

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Pressure sore result from prolonged pressure in any part of the body. This usually occurs in debilitated or unconscious patients or paralised patients whose position is not changed frequently. It can occur in any part of the body ,from occiput (head) to heals. Common site for pressure sore are buttocks,sacral area and lateral parts of […]

Microsurgery

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Replantation Recanalization of Vas deferena & fallopian tube Free Flaps, Free tissue transfer

Head & Neck Cancer Reconstruction

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Treatment and reconstruction in oral cancers, skin cancers, penile cancers and breast cancer: breast reconstruction with nipple areola reconstruction.

Cleft Lip and Palate

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Cleft lip and palate( hare lip or cut lips) are congenital anomaly and occurs in one in 700 live births. It is twice as common in boys as in girls. Cleft may be present on right or left side of the philtrum but can also occur on both sides together. Cleft of the lip may […]