Conditions Treated

Conditions often treated with minimally invasive surgery

  • Chronic abdominal pain and trauma
    (Diagnostic laparoscopy)
  • Bile Duct Disorders
    (Cholangiogram)
  • Chest Disorders
    (Diagnostic thoracosopy)
  • Intussusception
    (Reduction of intussusception)
  • Appendicitis
    (Appendectomy)
  • Diaphragmatic eventration
    (Repair)
  • Pyloric stenosis
    (Pyloromyotomy)
  • Spleen disorders for hematologist diseases
    (splenectomy)
  • Gastro esophageal reflux disease
    (Nissen fundoplication)
  • Kidney disorders
    (Biopsy and nephrectomy)
  • Feeding Disorders
    (Gastrostomy and jejunostomy)
  • Delayed stomach emptying
    (Pyloroplasty)
  • Empyema
    (Evacuation of empyema and pleural infection)
  • Undescended Testis
    (Orchiopexy)
  • Inguinal hernia
    (Contralateral groin exploration)
  • Lymph node enlargement
    (Biopsy)
  • Hiatal hernia
    (Repair)
  • Varicocele
    (Varicocelectomy)
  • Congenital diaphragmatic hernia
    (Repair with and without mesh)
  • Ovarian torsion or tumors
    (Oophorectomy and oophoropexy)
  • Lung tumors or masses
    (Pulmonary biopsy or lobectomy)
  • Kidney failure
    (Placement of peritoneal dialysis catheter)
  • Pneumothorax
    (Bleb excision and pleurodesis)
  • Ambiguous genitalia
    (Biopsy or excision of gonad)
  • Thymus masses
    (Thymectomy)
  • Adrenal tumor
    (Adrenalectomy)
  • Imperforate anus
    (Colostomy and subsequent pull through procedure)
  • Scoliosis
    (Thoracic spine exposure)
  • Hirschsprung's disease
    (Endorectal pull through)
  • Bronchogenic cyst
    (Excision)
  • Malrotation and volvulus
    (Ladd's procedure)
  • Congenital pulmonary abnormalities
    (Excision)
  • Intestinal atresia
    (Intestinal resection and/or restoration of continuity)
  • Gall bladder inflammation and gall stones
    (Cholecystectomy)
  • Meckel's Diverticulum
    (Diverticulectomy)
  • Pectus Excavatum
    (Nuss procedure)