Should we repair the Diastasis Recti? By Dr. Iraniha Diastasis Recti “The relationship between Diastasis recti and hernia”Diastasis recti is a separation of midline abdominal wall muscles called rectus muscles (six pack muscles). This anatomical abnormality usually happens after pregnancy but it is also associated with obesity. Patients usually present with abdominal wall bulge without…Details
Laparoscopic News – Robotic News
Welcome to our Surgical Oasis Laparoscopic News and Surgical Robotic News.
In this blog I’d like to share the latest news and information in regards to robotic and laparoscopic surgery. The mission of this website is to fully educate the patients and discuss their most common questions and concerns about minimally invasive surgery. Since the deterioration of patient physician relationship in our new medical system was the main reason to create this site, my goal is to restore the trust and loyalty among us by being extremely informative, caring and truthful. Enjoy!
Dr. Iraniha inguinal hernia repair without mesh Dr. Iraniha inguinal hernia repair without mesh. Inguinal ( groin) hernia is a weakness or defect in the groin region. Inguinal hernia is a very common problem and around 27% of men and 3% of women could develop groin hernia at some point in their lives. Some patients…Details
Dr. Iraniha Minimally invasive inguinal hernia repair Minimally invasive inguinal hernia repair. Hernia is a very common problem in the world and hernia repair Surgery is one of the most common surgical procedures in United States. Abdominal wall hernia is a weakness or defect in the abdominal wall musculature which could present with abdominal wall…Details
Dr Iraniha Redo Mini Tummy Tuck and Excision of Pseudo Bursa This video clip demonstrates Dr. Iraniha technique for redo mini tummy tuck and excision of pseudo bursa. This gentleman had a tummy tuck with liposuction and heat more than two years ago by another surgeon. Unfortunately patient developed significant lumpy bumpy deformities with firm,…Details
Dr. Iraniha Laparoscopic repair of diastasis recti by Dr. Iraniha Diastasis recti or diastasis of Rectus muscles is an extremely common condition specially in young female after multiple pregnancies when the anterior abdominal wall muscles called rectus muscles have separated from each other and weakened the core muscle strength. This condition also associated with abdominal…Details
Dr. Iraniha Laparoscopic bilateral inguinal hernia repair/ Inguinal hernia is a weakness or defect in the groin region. It usually presents with a bulge in the groin associated with on and off pain and discomfort specially during activity, straining and exercise. Inguinal hernia is a very common problem. Around 27% of men and 3% of…Details
New technique for repairing Diastasis Recti by Dr. Iraniha Diastasis Recti or diastasis of Rectus muscles is a common condition when the anterior abdominal wall muscles called rectus muscles have separated from each other and weakened the core muscle strength. This condition also associated with abdominal wall bulge with abnormal body posture, lower back pain…Details
What is Liposuction or Lipo Sculpture by Dr. Iraniha Liposuction or lipo sculpture is a very common aesthetic procedure to remove the unwanted extra fat from the skin and restore the contour of that region back to more aesthetically pleasing shape and form. Liposuction sounds like an easy procedure but it’s actually a complicated and…Details
Robotic assisted bilateral inguinal hernia repair with mesh by Dr. Iraniha In the bilateral inguinal hernia repair procedure the Orange County Expert Surgeon creates multiple small incisions on the abdominal wall to insert special ports for free movement of unique surgical instruments in and out of abdominal cavity during the laparoscopic surgery. This allows the…Details
What are the surgical options to repair the “diastasis recti” By Dr. Iraniha Diastasis recti means separation of rectus muscles. There are two vertical muscles located in the midline of the anterior abdominal wall (called six-pack) that act as the main anterior abdominal wall muscles. These two muscles are covered in a strong fibrous sheath…Details
What is the difference between Open Surgery and Minimally Invasive Surgery by Dr. Iraniha Open Surgery Normally, surgeons need to make a big incision in the abdominal wall to enter the abdominal cavity, in order to perform any surgical tasks, including removal, repair or reconstruction of the intra-abdominal structures. This technique is called “open surgery”,…Details
Laparoscopic repair of giant inguinal hernia by Dr. Iraniha This video demonstrates my technique of hernia surgery for removal of extremely large hernia sac and incarcerated fat from the hernia defect during the laparoscopic hernia repair of a giant inguinal hernia. The large hernia sac is always adhered to the main structures like testicular blood…Details