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"Dr. Hemal Bhagat has been known to us since year 2005. We find Dr. Hemal Bhagat a professional in his field. Besides that he is very kind, caring, sympathetic and a humorous person.

He is excellent in his work and we strongly recommend Dr. Bhagat to anyone who seeks medical attention and would like to recover soon"

Jaishri and Dalip Benawra

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About Dr. Hemal Bhagat
Dr. Hemal D. Bhagat is a laparoscopic surgeon with years of experience in his field of medicine.

On the academic front he completed his Diploma in Laparoscopy from Strasbourg, France. He also achieved proficiency in the 7th IAP Pediatric Quiz Divisional Round and won first prize in the Intra College Round at Mumbai.

He has attended a workshop on “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy” Laparoscopic Training Course I organized by the Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo-Surgeons and Gastroenterology update at the Digestive Disease Center at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai.

His scope of laparoscopic surgeries include:

His surgical experience includes minor surgeries like:

  • I & D, Hydrocele
  • C. L. W.
  • Fibroadenoma
  • Endoscopies
  • Cystoscopies
  • Circumcision
  • Lymph node excision
  • Biopsies
  • Intercoastal drainage
  • Close reductions
  • Cystolithotomies

Major surgeries include:

  • Herniorraphies
  • Hernioplasties
  • Thyroidectomies
  • Modified Radical Mastectomy
  • Exploratory Laparotomies
  • Resection Anastomoses
  • Pyelolithotomies
  • Ureterolithotomies
  • Skin Grafting

Dr. Hemal D. Bhagat is a is also an expert in Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS)

SILS is a revolutionary new way of performing laparoscopic surgery in which only one small incision is made to carry out an operation. Over the last decade laparoscopic surgery has replaced open surgery in the treatment of several diseases.

In SILS, the surgeon makes only one incision of around 1.5 cm - 2 cm (commonly just below the navel) to allow placement of three thin ports side by side. Else, a specially designed port (e.g. the SILS port) is inserted into the abdomen; this port carries the telescope as well as the laparoscopic instruments. The surgeon then carries out an operation identical to a traditional laparoscopic one.

As there is only one incision the patient experiences much less pain as compared to traditional laparoscopic surgery and recovers faster. The healed incision leaves practically no scar, thus making SILS cosmetically a superior option. All patients enjoy these benefits, but SILS is of particularly great cosmetic value to ladies (as most would prefer to have as few scars as possible) and to busy corporate executives who wish to recover rapidly from surgery so as to get back to work.

 
 
 
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