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1st July 2022

Water and fibre help relieve piles in pregnancy

Pregnancy involved drastic changes in the body and leads to many troublesome conditions. One such is piles, or haemorrhoids, which are the enlarged blood vessels in the anal canal. Also called anal cushions, they are normal and physiological. They are an integral part of the body and contribute significantly to continence and prevent the leak of liquid stools or wind.

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23rd February 2019

Translational research needs a platform in India: Prof Narasimhaiah Srinivasaiah

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October 23rd 2018

1 in 4 young Bengalurean at risk of colorectal cancer

For many decades, colorectal cancer was the seventh most common cancer to affect Indians, but today, it’s the third most common cancer after lung, breast and cervical cancers. In India, it stands fourth among men and third among women.

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September 24th 2018

Bad lifestyle, long hours on chair make techies vulnerable to piles

Many techies in the city are suffering from haemorrhoids or piles and doctors claim it is due to improper food habits and long hours of sitting or travelling.

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September 17, 2018

Thrombo – embolism (Blood clots) in cancer surgery - Are we doing enough to prevent it?

Venous thrombo-embolism also termed VTE is a significant healthcare issue in patients who undergo abdomino-pelvic surgery. It only gets worse, if the patient has been suffering from abdomino-pelvic cancers. The spectrum of VTE consists of clots in the legs (Deep venous thrombosis), pelvic venous thrombosis (PVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE), which is life threatening.

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24th August 2018

Digital diagnosis is a disease

When you walk into the cabin of Manipal Hospital chairman Dr H Sudarshan Ballal, a sobering board greets you. ‘Please do not confuse your Google search with my medical degree’, it reads.

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August 30 2018

The Science and art of Decision making - In Cancer surgery

Cancer is a major burden amongst the non communicable diseases. Longevity, awareness, early diagnostics, early intervention, newer chemo-therapeutic agents, targeted treatments and advancing surgery have all made cancer treatment a challenging area of medicine.

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August 21 2018

Have a hard time answering nature's call? Do this to set things right

For many among us, eating daily is a given but not so easy bowel movement. Being bothered by haemorrhoids (piles) and fissures is a painful problem that can impact the quality of one’s life.

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Print Media

February 2019

An early screen cures cancer.

An article in the regional health magazine Sanjeevini

06th January 2019

Blood donation camp and Health awareness drive

03rd December 2018

Maxwell public school appearance

03rd December 2018

Improved Lifestyle prevents cancers.

November 2018

Cancer awareness drive.

19th November 2018

Bowel cancer – Bangalore at position 2.

18th February 2018

When cancer makes it imperative to rethink Diet.

  • Foundercanfr
  • Co-ordinator

    Robotic surgery programme

  • Directorvinar
  • Advisorkcs
  • Senior Consultant

    Department of Colo-rectal surgery

  • Core member

    Mortality peer review group

  • Core member

    Medical Records QA review group

  • Head of colorectal serviceskarnataka
  • Associate Professor of Surgeryapollo
  • Foundernanidam