Udaipur: Geetanjali Medical College Hospital Udaipur is full of all medical facilities. New life is being given to the patients by continuously treating complex to complex operations.
Dr. Pankaj Gupta, Dr. Dhaval Vyas, Dr. Manish Dodmani, G.I. With the untiring efforts of surgeon Dr. Kamal Kishore Vishnoi, anesthesiologist Dr. Charu Sharma, Sanjay Samara, a 21-year-old suffering from Peutz-Jeghers syndrome (JPS) was given a new of life.
In Peutz-Jahers Syndrome (JPS) disease, lumps occur in the small intestine, large intestine, pancreas, and stomach, along with moles on the lips of the patient. Ten large lumps were taken out from the patient's intestines, about 3 to 5 cm in size. 21-year-old Manu (name changed), a resident of Udaipur, was successfully treated and given a healthy life at Geetanjali Medical College Hospital.
Dr. Pankaj Gupta said that he had been ill for a long time and was getting admitted to the hospital again and again. Due to this disease, he also underwent an operation in a private hospital, but there was no improvement in the patient's condition. When the patient came to Dr. Pankaj Gupta, there were moles and brown spots on the outside and inside of his lips. The patient was advised to undergo an endoscopy, in which large lumps were found in the intestine and closed the small intestine. In such a situation, all the lumps were taken out after the patient's endoscopy, and he was given a healthy life.
Dr. Pankaj Gupta said this disease occurs in one in two lakh people. By treating the patient in time, he can be cured.
If an abnormal mole is seen on the lips in childhood, then the small and large intestines should be examined with binoculars on time so that the patient can be treated in time.
Geetanjali Medical College and Hospital has been providing all world-class services under one roof for the last 16 years and has been setting records in the medical field; the doctors and staff working in Geetanjali Hospital are always ready to treat every patient coming to Geetanjali Hospital.