doctors team with 100 cysts removed from the patient body

A RARE OPERATION OF PERITONEAL HYDATIDOSIS PERFORMED BY DR PRABHU SWAMI; REMOVED MORE THAN 100 CYSTS FROM THE PATIENT’S STOMACH

Indro Devi, 30, from Suratgarh, Rajasthan, was admitted to the emergency room of the Sapra Hospital of Hisar after having a serious stomach condition for the previous 14 years. At the time of diagnosis, it was discovered that her stomach contains more than 100 unconsolidated (peritoneal hydatidosis) cysts. The hospital staff made the quick decision to perform an emergency procedure in order to save her life from the symptoms she was experiencing, including stomach pain, loss of appetite, and constipation.

Protecting the patient’s essential organs, all of the parasites (Peritoneal Hydatidosis) afflicted lumps, weighing around 18 kg, were removed during abdominal surgery, according to Dr. Prabhu Swami, Head of the Department of Gastro and Liver Surgery at Sapra Hospital.

Dr. Prabhu claims that this particular kind of parasite, which causes parasitic lumps in the stomach, enters the human body through interaction with domestic animals like dogs, lambs, and others. Patients often only have one or two cysts, but this patient had over 100 cysts throughout her body, making her condition extremely dangerous. Emergency surgery was required since these masses were extremely deadly from the inside, and if any of them burst, it would be exceedingly challenging to preserve the patient’s life. But despite all of the challenges, the hospital team as a whole made this tough operation a success.

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