Benign Thoracic Tumor Treatment India

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Thoracic surgery encompasses the diagnosis and treatment of various conditions affecting the chest and thoracic region, including non-cancerous (benign) conditions. Non-cancerous (benign) thoracic conditions may include conditions such as lung infections, pneumothorax (collapsed lung), benign tumors, cysts, congenital abnormalities, and conditions affecting the esophagus or diaphragm. While these conditions may not involve cancerous growths, they can still cause symptoms, discomfort, and impair your overall health and functioning. Thoracic surgery aims to address these non-cancerous(benign) conditions, alleviate symptoms, restore normal function, and improve your quality of life.

Treatment Options:

  • Lung Resections: Lung resections are surgical procedures used to remove a portion of the lung affected by non-cancerous(benign) conditions, such as benign tumors or infections. These surgeries can involve segmentectomy (removal of a segment of the lung), lobectomy (removal of a lobe), or pneumonectomy (removal of an entire lung).
  • Thoracic Endoscopic Procedures: Thoracic endoscopic procedures, also known as thoracoscopy or video-assisted thoracic surgery (VATS), are minimally invasive techniques used to diagnose and treat various non-cancerous(benign) thoracic conditions. These procedures involve the insertion of a small camera and specialized instruments through small incisions in the chest, allowing the surgeon to visualize and address the condition.
  • Esophageal Surgery: Esophageal surgery may be necessary for non-cancerous(benign) conditions such as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), esophageal strictures, or diverticula. Procedures such as fundoplication (to address GERD) or esophageal dilation (to widen narrowed areas) can be performed to improve swallowing and alleviate symptoms.
  • Diaphragmatic Surgery: Diaphragmatic surgery may be required to address non-cancerous(benign) conditions such as diaphragmatic hernias or diaphragmatic paralysis. Surgical procedures aim to repair the diaphragm and restore its normal function.
  • Chest Wall Reconstructions: Chest wall reconstructions may be necessary for non-cancerous(benign) conditions that affect the chest wall, such as traumatic injuries, infections, or congenital abnormalities. These surgeries aim to repair and reconstruct the chest wall, providing stability and protecting the organs within the thoracic cavity.

At Heal Onco Care, our team of skilled thoracic surgeons is committed to providing comprehensive care for both cancerous and non-cancerous(benign) conditions of the chest and thoracic region. If you are experiencing symptoms or have been diagnosed with a non-cancerous(benign) thoracic condition, we are here to help. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about our expertise in thoracic surgery. Together, we can develop a personalized treatment plan to address your condition, relieve your symptoms, and restore your well-being.