Laparoscopic Gastric Wall Tumour Excision successfully performed at GMC Baramulla

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Baramulla: A 45-year-old female with Endoscopic and CT Documented Gastric Wall tumor (GIST) was successfully operated on at the associate hospital of Government Medical College (GMC) Baramulla.

The Laparoscopic Gastric Wall Tumour (GIST) excision was performed by Dr Hakeem Vacar, Associate Professor of Surgery, and Dr Mir Mushtaq, Consultant Surgery, with the anesthetic control of Dr Fayaz Munshi and Dr Tahira, and the theatre support of Dr Basharat Saleem, HoD Anaesthesia.

The patient was referred to the Surgical Department at the proper time by Dr Zaffer Iqbal Kawoosa, who diagnosed the GIST. The procedure was carried out on a routine basis and given priority due to the nature of the disease.

“The hospital has all the necessary machinery and equipment in place to ensure the smooth functioning of such procedures related to gastroenterology tumors,” Medical Superintendent Associated Hospital GMC Baramulla Pervaiz Masoodi said.

Speaking about the successful surgery, Dr Hakeem Vacar said the patient was admitted with a Gastric Wall tumor that required immediate medical attention.

“We performed Laparoscopic Gastric Wall tumor excision. The surgery went smoothly, and the patient is now on the path to recovery.”

The hospital has a team of highly qualified doctors and modern medical equipment is also in place to provide the best possible care to its patients. 

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