Aligarh, November 21: Fifty-four-year-old, Sitaram, a resident of Chharra in Aligarh district now walks smoothly, it capacity a lot to him as he carried a 24 kg tumour in his belly for nearly one-and-a-half year. Nobody had a treatment for it however his prayers had been answered when he reached the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC), Aligarh Muslim University.
The tumour was once eliminated from the stomach via a group of surgeons led through Dr Shahbaz Habib Faridi, beneath the supervision of Prof Syed Hasan Harris (Department of Surgery) thru a complicated surgery.
“Sitaram used to be struggling from the sick results of his tumour considering that 2018. At that time, he rarely knew what he was once heading towards, complaining of extreme belly aches. He described how he took painkillers to deal with the ache that would begin from one aspect of his belly and cross in the direction of the different aspect and then to the centre of the abdomen, making it tough to operate events activities,” stated Prof Hasan Harris.
He added: “Sitaram visited hospitals in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi, however to no avail. The non-public hospitals had been charging exorbitant prices and many cost-effective fitness centres grew to become him down due to the pandemic load.”
“We right away carried out the pre-surgery investigations after he reached JNMC. The exams published that the affected person had no preference however to be operated. It would now not be an exaggeration to say that the surgical operation was once uncommon and unstable as the malignant tumour was once suppressing his essential organs and in addition the surgical manner required resecting round eighty percentage of stomach,” stated Dr Shahbaz Habib Faridi including that there had been possibilities of immoderate blood loss.
Dr Habib Faridi and his crew comprising Dr Akif Faridi, Dr Danish, Dr Susanta, Dr Noha and Dr Harshit eliminated the tumour in a four-hour lengthy procedure. Dr Farah Nasreen furnished the affected person with the anaesthesia.
Sitaram has recovered and will quickly be discharged, stated Dr Habib Faridi. He is now waiting for the histopathological record as the specimens are beneath the examination of pathologists, Prof Mahboob Hasan and Dr Bushra Siddiqui.
“It is very uncommon to see the tumour develop to such an extent, however the physicians grew to become all odds in the patient’s favour, giving him a new life,” stated AMU Vice Chancellor, Prof Tariq Mansoor, whilst congratulating the surgeons.
He introduced that JNMC surgeons efficaciously piloted severa complicated surgical procedures no matter the Covid-19 outbreak, which is placing surgical procedures on halt at most hospitals at some point of the country.
Prof Rakesh Bhargava (Dean, Faculty of Medicine), Prof Shahid Ali Siddiqui (Principal, JNMC) and Prof Syed Amjad Ali Rizvi (Chairman, Department of Surgery) congratulated the surgeons and wished fast recuperation to Sitaram.