Anorectal disorders include a diverse group of pathologic disorders that generate significant discomfort to the patient. The prevalence of anal pathologies in general population is probably much higher than what is seen in clinical practice, since most patients with symptoms confined to the anorectal conditions tend to shy away and do not seek medical attention.
This leads to complications of condition ending up in surgical management. It is said that at least 10% of patients with proctology complaints end up in surgery.
Advances in technology and medical practice has reduced the process of open surgical management and techniques involving minimal invasive procedures are upcoming. Laser helps to offer a minimally invasive, faster healing and a cosmetically preferential treatment with much lesser post-operative problems and better results. New techniques are developing at fast pace and it may be difficult for a practicing surgeon to keep up with the same. This course aims in keeping the surgeons updated about this upcoming modality.
“HOW TO DO ? WHAT TO DO? WHAT NOT TO DO?”
This 3 month online program covers all important aspects involved in laser techniques for treating anorectal conditions. It is of utmost importance to clearly be aware of the basic anatomy to learn minimal invasive techniques better. This has been dealt in a detailed manner in this masterclass program.
At the end of the course the surgeon will be able to :
- Understand the relevant surgical anatomy for the management of common benign anorectal problems.
- Importance of laser techniques in proctology.
- Advantages of minimal invasive techniques over conventional surgical proctology.
- General Surgeons in proctology practice.
- All surgeons who want to update their knowledge and sharpen their skills in Laser proctology.
- Vascular surgeons who wish to practice laser proctology.
DR. KAMAL GUPTA
M.S ( General Surgery), F.A.C.S, F.A.I.S., F.I.A.G.E.S., F.I.S.C.P., F. A.C.R.S.I
Certified Trained Specialist in Laser Proctology, Berlin, Germany
Sr.Consultant Laparoscopic Surgeon and ProctologistView Profile
- Anatomy of anal canal and rectum
- Classification of hemorrhoids
- Diagnosis and Imaging Techniques
Week 3 (Introduction to laser in General Surgery)
Minimally Invasive Procedure for Haemorrhoids (MIPH)
- Indications and contraindications
- Instruments used in MIPH
- Perioperative considerations
Use of laser in Haemorrhoids
- Infra-Red Coagulation
- Rubber band ligation
- Direct Current Electro therapy (DCE)
Doppler Guided Hemorrhoidal Artery Ligation and Mucopexy (DGHAL)
Video Session - Surgeries
- Anatomy of Anal Fistula
Use of minimal invasive procedures
- Newer Modalities -Video Assisted Anal Fistula Treatment (VAAFT), Fistula Laser Closure (FiLaC), Ligation of Intersphincteric Fistula Tract (LIFT)
- Introduction to techniques
- Investigations for diagnosis
- Diagnosis and Investigations
- Endoscopic Pilonidal Sinus Treatment with laser (EPSiT)
- Video Session – Surgeries
- A qualified surgeon with medical council registration. MS(gen surgery), MS(Vascular Surgery)
- 10000 */- + GST payable on registration (Non-refundable).
- 25000 */- + GST payable on confirmation of admission.
- All above mentioned fees are in INR and applicable only in SAARC countries and Africa. Conversion and bank charges for international payments will be additional.
- Inclusive of 18% GST.
- 1.5-day Observership.
- A payment link will be sent to the registered Email id after successful enrollment to the course.
- Observership is not mandatory to be taken up to avail the certificate.
* At no instance the registration fees shall be refunded, if the applicant is either disqualified or fails to take up the course.
* On short listing the names if the applicant chooses not to take up the course, he shall inform not later than 10 days from the date of short list announcement.
* Applicant should enclose a valid UG & PG degree certificate/ Letter from HOD, Address Proof (AADHAR CARD/ PASSPORT/ DRIVING LICENSE/ PASSBOOK).
* Kindly note that all the applications shall be screened and selected by the course director(s).
Medical Council of India does not recognize courses that are offered through online or blended learning platform.
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All assessments are online and MCQ based. Successful completion of which will make you eligible for certification.
The final online test will be unlocked as soon as you complete all the lectures. It will only be available for total of 12 weeks from your date of joining the course.
Three attempts, third attempt will be released on email request only.
Yes, you may ask questions on the platform, which will be answered by the faculty as early as possible.
FHands on or workshop is not part of the course. However you can reach out to the course faculty for any upcoming trainings or workshops.