Dr. Raman Singla said that Laparoscopic Surgery is the most efficient & painless Gallstone Treatment. Gallstones are hardened deposits of digestive fluid mainly made of cholesterol which is formed in the gallbladder. Laparoscopic surgery (laparoscopic cholecystectomy) is a minimally invasive surgery to remove gallbladder which is performed by the highly experienced surgeon and well-trained surgical team.
Dr. Raman Singla is a very experienced and highly acclaimed laparoscopic surgeon in Mohali/Punjab, Chandigarh, kharar, Panchkula with an experience of more than 20 years, who provides Cholecystectomy surgery to treat gallstones effectively.
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Few common questions generally asked by the patient:
Is it safe to remove gallbladder or the patient can Live Normally after Gall Bladder removal?
Ans. Dr. Raman singla said that gallbladder removal is considered a safe operation. He further explains that the main reason of the problem is gallbladder, the problem initiates because the gallbladder is not pumping the bile properly into the intestines or the problem may lie within the composition of the bile which is supersaturated with cholesterol, so if you just remove the stone and leave the gallbladder then there are chances or reoccurrence of stones. Hence, the treatment remains the same that the whole of the gallbladder should be removed.
Can we remove the gallstones by laser surgery?
Ans. This is a very common myth, it is not laser operation, it is a laparoscopic surgery it means it is a surgery which means there are small holes which are made into your abdominal, the extreme size of these holes can be 1 cm, and rest of them can be 5 mm. holes can be 2,3 or 4 depending on your surgeon’s predilection, so it’s a laparoscopic or keyhole surgery.
How the formation of gallstones?
Ans. Almost 95 % of gallstones are made of cholesterol and 5 % are made of bilirubin, these are pigment stones that are formed because of diseases where there is a lot of blood decomposition.
Are gallstones the same as kidney stones?
Ans. No, these are totally different from kidney stones; Kidney stones are made up of minerals.