Dr. Shahram Nazari

The advantages of Gastric Sleeve:

.Can limit the amount of food that can be eaten at a meal. .Allows the body to adjust to its new, healthier set point. .Food passes through the digestive tract in the usual order, allowing vitamins and nutrients to be fully absorbed into the body. 
This is the main advantage of sleeve over bypass. .There […]

How does Gastric Sleeve Work?

The surgeon creates a small stomach “sleeve” using a stapling device. This sleeve will typically hold 50 ml to 150 ml and is about the size of a banana. The rest of the stomach is removed. This procedure works in part by restricting the amount of food (and therefore calories) that can be eaten without […]

The History of Sleeve Gastrectomy

The sleeve gastrectomy is rapidly emerging as a reasonable alternative to adjustable gastric banding and other stapling procedures. Its earliest development was in anti-reflux surgery, and it was originally the restrictive component of the duodenal switch. The laparoscopic approach and the evolution of a reduced pouch volume have demonstrated results comparable to other stapling procedures […]

Klatskin tumor

A Klatskin tumor (or hilar cholangiocarcinoma) is a cholangiocarcinoma (cancer of the biliary tree) occurring at the confluence of the right and left hepatic bile ducts. It is named after Dr. Gerald Klatskin. Carcinoma of the hepatic duct bifurcation was first described by Altemeir in 1957. Subsequently, a series of 13 patients with this diagnosis […]

Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery as a metabolic and obesity surgery

The scientific name for this procedure is Billroth II operation (Gastrojejunostomy intestinal anastomosis) and the official name is mini gastric bypass (MGB) or Single-Anastomosis Gastric Bypass. This process is quickly gaining notoriety as being one of the safest and most efficient forms of bariatric surgery, and it has been gaining proponents in large numbers worldwide […]

Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery (TEM)

Rectum surgery methods There are two categories of surgeries available for Rectum disorders including Radical (open or major) and local surgeries. The former group, by making major incisions, opens up the area of the surgery and provide a wide view and space for the surgeon to perform the operation, but the rate of after-surgery complications […]

Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery

CLINICALLY SEVERE OBESITY AND/OR MORBID OBESITY ARE RECOGNIZED AS MAJOR PUBLIC HEALTH RISKS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. SEVERE OBESITY, SOMETIMES KNOWN AS “MORBID OBESITY”, IS DEFINED AS BEING APPROXIMATELY 100 POUNDS (45.5 KG) OR 100% ABOVE IDEAL BODY WEIGHT.IN THE U.S.A. ALONE, OVER SIX MILLION PEOPLE SUFFER FROM THIS CHRONIC DISEASE. IN IRAN, IT SEEMS THAT MORBID OBESE POPULATION […]

A big 10 Kg left ovarian cyst

A big 10 Kg cyst in left ovary was removed from 63-year-old patient with laparotomy. The big cyst without invasion to adjacent organs was originated from the left ovary. The left and right ovary and uterus were removed during the surgery. Erfan Hospital, 2009/4/9