Introduction Renal Cancer is also called hypernephroma, renal adenocarcinoma, renal cell carcinoma (RCC) or kidney cancer. It’s the most common kind of kidney cancer found in adults. The kidneys are organs in the body that help get rid of waste while also regulating fluid balance. There are tiny tubes in the kidneys called tubules. These help filter the blood, aid in excreting waste, and help make urine. Renal cancer occurs when cancer cells start growing uncontrollably in the lining of the tubules of the kidney. When Renal Cancer is in its early stages, patients may be symptom-free. As the disease progresses, symptoms may include: • A lump in the abdomen • Blood in the urine • Unexplained weight loss • Loss of appetite • Fatigue • Vision problems • Persistent pain in the side • Excessive hair growth (in women) Renal Cancer is a fast-growing cancer and often spreads to the lungs and surrounding organs.
Management Here we present a case of renal cancer successfully treated at Chandan Hospital, Lucknow. The patient has admitted with a chief complaint of bleeding while urination. Extensive and invasive studies were performed to identify Hematuria in the patient. Dr. Manmeet Singh did a standard procedure called ‘Laparoscopic radical nephrectomy’ for the treatment of Hematuria. There is conclusive evidence showing that the long-term cancer control afforded by this procedure is similar to that of open surgical procedures. Oral feeding was initiated on postoperative day 1, and the drain was removed on postoperative day 2. Immediately after the operation, radiofrequency ablation was performed. No complications were observed at the follow-up examination conducted, and the patient fully recovered & was discharged with a small incision. Best Cancer Treatment in Lucknow
Testimony “I am very much thankful to Chandan Hospitaland Dr. Manmeet Singh for giving me an excellent course of stay. During my hospitalization all the staff was very much courteous. I received timely care, medication and staff attention, and I am very much thankful to everyone for giving me satisfactory treatment.” ~ Patient
IntroductionCancer is defined as the uncontrollable growth of cells that invade and cause damage to the surrounding tissue. Oral cancer is a type of cancer that appears as a growth or sore in the mouth that does not go away. Oral cancer can develop in any part of the oral cavity or oropharynx such as on the lips, tongue, cheeks, the floor of the mouth, pharynx (throat), etc and it can be life-threatening if not diagnosed and treated early. When oral cancer spreads (metastasizes), it usually travels through the lymphatic system. Cancer cells that enter the lymphatic system are carried along by lymph, a clear, watery fluid. The cancer cells often appear first in nearby lymph nodes in the neck. Cancer cells can also spread to other parts of the neck, the lungs, and other parts of the body. When this happens, the new tumor has the same kind of abnormal cells has developed. Doctors sometimes call the new tumor “distant” or metastatic disease. The most common symptoms of oral cancer include swellings/thickenings, lumps or bumps, rough spots/crusts/or eroded areas on the lips, gums, or other areas inside the mouth. Here we report a case of Oral Cancer at Chandan Hospital, Lucknow. A patient came in complaining ulcerative growth on the right lateral border of the tongue from the past 2 months. The patient not only had burning sensations in his tongue, but the pain radiated to the ear as well. Treatment for the diagnosis and post-treatment were successfully done under the supervision of Dr. Priyanjal Gautam and Dr. Vivekanada Singh, at Chandan Hospital, Lucknow.
Management A Patient was admitted in Chandan Hospital, Lucknow with a complaint of ulcerative growth RT lateral border of the tongue which was present for the last 2 months. Intake of any food caused a burning sensation in the tongue as well as the pain radiated to the ears of the patient. Under the supervision of Dr. Priyanjal Gautam and Dr. Vivekanada Singh, patient’s diagnosis (growth on the right lateral border of tongue; T2NOMO), was done successfully. The doctors performed ‘Ulcerative Growth at Lateral Border of Tongue’ procedures at the pre-treatment stage. In the post-treatment, the doctors performed a procedure named ‘wide excision RT tongue with MRND’ under general anesthesia. The patient is now fully recovered from the treatment and doing well in his daily life without any complaint.
Testimonial “I had severe irritation in my mouth, it was almost impossible for me to swallow food with a painful tongue. I felt that there is something lodged over my tongue and spicy foods were causing burning sensations all over my tongue and pain radiated to my ear too. When I visited Chandan Hospital, I was very comfortably accommodated by the hospital staff, and I was provided timely care and medication. Dr. Vivekananda Singh and Dr. Priyanjal Gautam provided me excellent treatment and today I can carry out my oral functions normally. I will surely recommend Chandan Hospital to my near and dear ones.” ~ Patient
Abstract Angioplasty is a treatment to re-open a blocked coronary artery. When an angioplasty is used to re-open a coronary artery when someone is having a heart attack, it is called a primary angioplasty. Primary angioplasty is sometimes called primary PCI, or PPCI for short. PCI stands for per cutaneous coronary intervention. Heart is a muscle that pumps blood around body, delivering oxygen and other nutrients to cells. Heart muscle needs its own supply of oxygen and nutrients so that it can pump blood around body. The heart muscle gets its blood supply from its coronary arteries, which are on the outside of heart. Primary angioplasty is the preferred treatment for many people having a heart attack, but only if it can be given very soon after the symptoms start. The ambulance service works closely with hospitals in their area to try to make sure that people with a suspected heart attack are taken to a hospital that can carry out a primary angioplasty.
1. Introduction Primary angioplasty, also called percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), is a procedure which treats blockages within the coronary arteries and improves blood flow to the heart. Primary angioplasty involves stretching any narrowed areas of the coronary arteries using a balloon which is attached to a thin catheter (tube). Like an angiogram, the catheter is inserted, under local anaesthetic, into a main artery in the upper leg or lower arm and then passed gently into the aorta (the large artery which supplies the heart muscle with its own blood supply). The balloon, at the tip of the catheter, is blown up at the narrowed area(s) of the artery; this forces the artery open and widens it. In the majority of cases a metal stent will also be placed in the artery. A stent is a cylinder of metal mesh which acts like a scaffold to keep the artery open and prevent the artery narrowing again. The artery heals around the stent making it a permanent part of the artery. Here, we’d like to report a Primary Angioplasty of a male patient who came as a medical emergency at Chandan Hospital. The patient was complaining of severe chest pain. He was treated immediately by Dr. Deepak Tiwari. After successful treatment the patient is now fully recovered.
2. Case History A male patient reported atChandan Hospital Lucknow, India as a medical emergency. The patient had a chief complaint of severe chest pain. He was provided with immediate attention and proper treatment.
3. Management Mr. Ram Lakhan Yadav was presented with severe chest pain as a medical emergency at Chandan Hospital, Lucknow. He was in a very critical stage and was given primary treatment and immediately handed over to Dr. Deepak Tiwari. Because of the timely intervention by the Chandan Team, he survived and now is recovering fast. Dr. Deepak Tiwari along with well equipped team of Chandan Hospital excellently treated such a medical Emergency.
4. Testimony “I came at Chandan Hospital in a state of medical emergency, while having severe chest pain. I was in a very critical stage. I was given primary treatment and immediately handed over to Dr. Deepak Tiwari. Because of the timely intervention by the Chandan Team, I survived and now I am recovering fast. I sincerely thank Chandan Hospital for their excellent medical service & care. Especially Dr. Deepak, who handled my case so well, he is a great doctor, a very good person & unforgettable personality. I am overwhelmed & touched by the warmth & care I received during my entire surgery. Thanks; Chandan Hospital.”
Abstract Myiasis has been defined as an infestation on humans and vertebrate animals by larvae of insects, which feed themselves, for certain time, on living or dead tissues from the host or on fluid substance. The presence of larvae in the nasal cavity is called ‘Nasipharyngeal Myiasis’, which, although uncommon. Most of the cases occur in developing countries where sanitation is a public health problem. The most common cases occur during summer and in tropical climate areas due to the fact that the larvae need warm temperature to incubate. Here, we report a case of Nasipharyngeal Myiasis in a 60-year-old female, from the remote area of UP. The presence of larvae in the nasal cavity was diagnosed, which confirms it as a case of ‘Nasipharyngeal Myiasis’.
1. Introduction Nasipharyngeal Myiasis is an infestation of the skin by developing larvae (maggots) of a variety of fly species (myia is Greek for fly) within the arthropod order Diptera. Worldwide, the most common flies that cause the human infestation are Dermatobia hominis (human botfly) and Cordylobia anthropophaga (tumbu fly). In Nasopharyngeal Myiasis, the nose, sinuses, and pharynx are involved. Ophthalmomyiasis affects the eyes, orbits, and periorbital tissue, and intestinal and urogenital myiasis involves invasion of the alimentary tract or urogenital system. Myiasis from some types of larvae can be useful to the host because they help on necrotic tissue extraction. That is why larvae were used to therapeutic removal of wounds. Therefore, such larvae can lead to more complicated situations when they infect areas such as eyes, nose and ears. This case is of a female patient who had the presence of larvae in her nasal cavity; the patient was from remote area of UP, which made the diagnosis of Nasopharyngeal Myiasis more relatable as most of the cases occur in developing countries where sanitation is a public health problem. The most common cases occur during summer and in tropical climate areas due to the fact that the larvae need warm temperature to incubate.
2. Case History A 60 yrs old lady from the remote area of UP, was reported to Chandan Hospital, Lucknow, India, with the chief complaint of the presence of larvae in her nasal cavity. The patient was admitted in the hospital in isolation ward under Dr. Priyanjal Gautam. Multiple maggots were present in her nasal cavity and Nasopharynx. A provisional diagnosis of Nasopharyngeal Myiasis was given based on the clinical findings.
3. Management A rare case of Nasipharyngeal Myiasis was reported in a 60 yrs old lady from the remote area of UP. The patient (Mrs. Murti Devi) admitted in the hospital in isolation ward under Dr. Priyanjal Gautam. Soon after her admission, thorough examinations were performed and Anterior Rhinoscopy revealed multiple maggots present in her nasal cavity and Nasopharynx. She was then given Antibiotic treatment and was managed conservatively and as a result she became completely maggots free. After few days of treatment she was discharged in a satisfactory condition and was advised to stay in consultation.
4. Conclusion Nasipharyngeal Myiasis, many times, besides specific therapy to eliminate the larvae, also requires surgery approach to comprehensive removal of the paranasal sinus. Endoscopic surgery helps on visualization and surgery in such cases. Preventive procedures are also important in order to improve care with necrotic wounds and with environment where patient lives.
Abstract Erectile dysfunction (ED)is the inability to get or keep an erection firm enough to have sexual intercourse. It’s also sometimes referred to as impotence. Occasional ED isn’t uncommon. Many men experience it during times of stress. Frequent ED can be a sign of health problems that need to be treated. It can also be a sign of emotional or relationship difficulties that may need to be addressed by a professional. Here, we report a case of erectile dysfunction in a 60-year-old male who is married. He had been suffering from ED since 10 years. The patient was very disturbed mentally and physically due to which he was seeping into the depression as this disorder was affecting not just him but his relationship too. He and his wife were about to get separated and were unhappy that led to martial disorder.
1. Introduction Erectile dysfunction, commonly known as impotence is the inability to get and keep an erection firm enough for intercourse. Having erection trouble from time to time isn’t necessarily a cause for concern. If erectile dysfunction is an ongoing issue, however, it can cause stress, affect one’s self-confidence and contribute to relationship problems. Problems getting or keeping an erection can also be a sign of an underlying health condition that needs treatment and a risk factor for heart disease. Male sexual arousal is a complex process that involves the brain, hormones, emotions, nerves, muscles and blood vessels. Erectile dysfunction can result from a problem with any of these. Likewise, stress and mental health concerns can cause or worsen erectile dysfunction. Sometimes a combination of physical and psychological issues causes erectile dysfunction. For instance, a minor physical condition that slows one’s sexual response might cause anxiety about maintaining an erection. The resulting anxiety can lead to or aggravate erectile dysfunction. This case is of a 60 year old male (married) patient who had erectile dysfunction from last 20 years; ED was not responding to proper conservative management.
2. Case History A 60-year-old male patient (married) reported to Chandan Hospital, Lucknow, India, with the chief complaint of erectile dysfunction from last 10 years. On general examination, the patient was very disturbed mentally and physically. Before being treated at Chandan hospital the patient visited many psychologists and had various counseling sessions to cure this treatment, but he was neither comforted nor assured about his condition. Due to which he was depressed as this disorder was affecting not just him but his relationship too. A provisional diagnosis of erectile dysfunction was given based on the clinical findings, as well as after asking the patient about sexual orientation, emotional status, sexual arousal and desire, quality of erections, duration of symptoms, early morning erections, lifestyle and previous treatment.
3. Management At Chandan Hospital a 60 year old male (married), was diagnosed as having erectile dysfunction. Prior coming to Chandan Hospital The patient was worried, unhappy, anxious and nervous, mentally and physically which led to depression as this disorder was affecting not just him but his relationship as well. Moreover, his wife was unhappy and about to separate, that led to other martial issues. The patient was suffering with erectile dysfunction for the last 10 years. After getting disheartened he was presented to Chandan Hospital. Here Dr Manmeet Singh did successful treatment known to be, 3 Piece Inflatable Penile Prosthesis Implant. Initially, patient’s diagnosis (ED) was not responding to proper conservative management. Chandan hospital is equipped with excellent facilities and consultations. All patients suffering from ED who are taking non scientific treatment from various medical /non medical professional are benefited with proper treatment selection after gaining knowledge about patient’s sexual orientation, emotional status, sexual arousal and desire, quality of erections, duration of symptoms, early morning erections, lifestyle and previous treatments. The services of Chandan Hospital under Dr Manmeet Singh are candidly satisfactory and post treatment of carrying out the penile implant prosthesis the physical and prostate examination is normal, the patient is very satisfied because of very good erectile response.
4. Testimony “I was very much depressed, was completely dismantled. I started thinking my life as hell as my beautiful relationship with my wife was about to ruined. I visited many psychologists and had various counseling sessions to cure this treatment. I decided to cut off from the society, friends but I didn’t wanted to get my beautiful bond of marriage which lasted for years to get shattered. So I decided not to give up and undergone treatment at chandan hospital under Dr Manmeet Singh. The hospital is equipped with excellent facilities and provided me the best treatment during my course of stay. The doctor is very much friendly and understanding on very first consultation all my anxieties and worries got over. Today I am living a very happy married life and satisfied sexual life,Chandan Hospital in Lucknow not only treated my disorder but also saved my beautiful bond of marriage last but not the least Dr Manmeet Singh because of whom I am able to live normal as well as socially organized life.”
Abstract Vascular anomalies include a wide range of tumors and malformations. Among vascular anomalies, hemangioma is the most common. Hemangioma is considered as hamartomatous lesion, and half of these have predilection for head and neck region, but rarely seen in the oral cavity. Here, we report a case of hemangioma tounge in a 24-year-old female, which appeared localized well defined, bluish red lesion on right side of tongue on its lateral borders, on intra-oral examination. A well-defined homogeneously hyperechoic space occupying lesion (measuring = 2 cm × 1 cm) seen on further diagnosis, which confirms its vascular nature and as a case of hemangioma tounge.
1. IntroductionHemangioma (Greek: Haima-blood; angeion vessel, omatumor) by definition can be defined as “a benign tumor of dilated blood vessels.” Hemangioma of head and neck appear a few weeks after birth and they grow rapidly. It is also known as port-wine stain, strawberry hemangioma, and Salmon patch. They are characterized by hyperplasia of blood vessels, usually veins and capillaries, in a focal area of submucosal connective tissue. It is almost never encapsulated. Whether this condition is a neoplastic or reactive state is uncertain; a reactive cause is favored. Few of the reactive causes are, namely, hormonal changes, infections, and trauma. Clinically they may manifest as firm, pulsatile, warm masses and the venous malformations appear first in early childhood and clinically manifest as soft and easily compressible mass. According to the classification given by Mulliken and Glovacki in 1982, are divided the vascular deformities, into 2 groups: hemangiomas and the vascular malformations. The hemangiomas can also be classified depending on the vessel type involved or flow types such as the arterial and arteriovenous (high flow) type, capillary or venous (low flow) type. This case is of a female patient who had bluish red colored lesion on her tongue for the last 20 years; the lesion was gradual in onset and associated with bleeding often with pain while chewing, which was diagnosed as hemangioma tounge.
2. Case History A 24-year-old female patient reported to Chandan Hospital, Lucknow, India, with the chief complaint of bluish-red lesion on right side of tongue on its lateral borders, of size 2*1 cm. There was a history of associated pain or bleeding from the site. On general examination, the patient was normally built for her age with no defect in stature or gait. No relevant medical history was observed. On examination, there was a growth measuring about 2 cm × 1 cm, which was red in colour with a bluish hue present at the right lateral border of the tongue which appeared to be sessile with no underlying attachment or relation with the muscles. A provisional diagnosis of hemangioma tounge was given based on the clinical findings.
3. Management At Chandan Hospital a 24 year old female, Sehnaz was diagnosed as having Hemangioma tounge. Prior coming to Chandan Hospital the patient had several unsuccessful attempts to treat a bluish-red lesion on right side of tongue on its lateral borders, of size 2*1 cm. However, she did not get any relief even after getting treatment by some local practitioners. The patient complained of bluish red colored lesion on her tongue for the last 20 years, the lesion was gradual in onset and associated with bleeding often with pain while chewing as well. After getting downhearted and discouraged by prior treatments she was presented at Chandan Hospital. Here Dr Priyanjal Gautam did successful treatment known as Intralesional Injection Therapy via Sclerosing agent. Patient was given 5 intralesional injection therapy of sclerosing agent in OPD after 15 days. The recovery rate of the patient was 100% after treatment at Chandan Hospital. Dr Priyanjal Gautam did a great job with the follow up as well; and post treatment there is absence of hemangioma tongue on right side and there are no complaints of patient. Patient’s tongue is normal. Patient is extremely satisfied and grateful to Chandan Hospital(Best Hospital in Lucknow) for giving her efficient treatment and successfully curing her diagnosis of hemangioma tounge. The services of Chandan Hospital under Dr Priyanjal Gautam are candidly satisfactory and the patient is thankful to him for his excellent contribution.
4. Testimony “From the minute I arrived at Chandan Hospital, I was treated with at most empathy, kindness and respect. I have nothing but praise for the cure I received as a patient here. I think that there is some divine intervention that the problem I was facing from the last 20 years is cured with the highly appreciated care, encouragement, support positive reinforcement, kindness and respect that received at Chandan Hospital” ~ Sehnaz (Patient)
I have been witnessing ghost of a ”Dead Woman”. At the age of 8, it really surprised me I got disturbed as my final exams were coming closer. Prior to my exams around two or three months before. I started seeing ghost of dead woman (probably my neighbor) who always threatened me, controlled me and took my speech away momentarily which made me lose my consciousness and I got fainted. My parents took me to faith healers, they tried their best but I didn’t get any results. Later on my parents consulted many psychiatrists in Lucknow and as well as outside Lucknow but unfortunately that landed no result. I was drowning into depression and I stopped going to school. At lastly, I didn’t lose hope, I visited Chandan Hospital. I was very well examined and thoroughly evaluated and examined. I am very thankful to Dr. Isha Sharma for her great support and motivation that really fetched the cause of my hallucination which was ” fear of exams”. I was very well accommodated by Chandan Hospital in Lucknow, during my treatment I was completely understood and counselled by Dr. Isha Sharma. She answered to all my queries and always motivated me to gather my self-control. It was only Dr. Isha Sharma that made me brave enough to face this situation and my condition got improved day by day, and I was progressing, and I was completely fine in a month. I am very thankful to Chandan hospital for giving me the Best Doctor and Treatment in Lucknow, even my parents didn’t believe at the end they said ”it worked like a magic’
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