Laser stands for (Light Amplification by Stimulated emission of Radiation).
Laser surgery is a field dealing with performing surgical procedures thru laser
surgery using a
laser to cut
tissue instead of a
include the use of a
laser scalpel in
otherwise conventional surgery, and
soft tissue laser surgery,
in which the laser beam vaporizes
soft tissue with
high water content.
is a technique in which
molecular bonds of
a material are dissolved by a laser.
Laser has come a long way when in 1960 it was described as a solution looking
for a problem.
Laser allows precise denaturation or loss of function of a tissue. It needs to
be remembered that Laser is not radiation in any form .It is is only
concentrated light in wavelength which gives off its energy in a very
controlled form. Laserisation leads to denaturation, coagulation and uncoupling
of protein bonds that make up integrity of a tissue. As such it it is different
from common cauterisation which causes charring of the tissue, although the
difference is seen only at microscopic level.
Laser proctology is a field dealing in laser application of Piles, Fistula and
Conventional surgeries for these conditions were a legacy of dawn of surgery in
1930,s and have not changed since.
Laser applications for the above conditions leads to a bloodless, painless
procedure with no complications. The recovery is amazingly fast with most
patients able to join work in couple of days.
expert hands the procedures have a almost no recurrence rate.