Experts at Nanavati remove a large
Dermoid Cyst from a 54-year-old woman

A 54-year-old working woman with an active exercise routine was living a normal life. Her daily workout included 8 km walk every day. The patient noticed a bulge on her stomach. Assuming that, this was due to an increase in weight, the patient increased her work-outs. After 2 months of rigorous exercise, when the bulge did not reduce, the patient consulted her family doctor.

The doctor advised her to get a sonography done. Sonography and CT scan reports revealed a large size cyst in the right ovary. On further evaluation, the patient was diagnosed with a large ovarian tumour measuring 20 X 22 cm X 11 cm i.e. 4840 cm3 volume arising from the ovary. The patient was then referred to Nanavati Super Speciality Hospital.

Since the tumour was painless and did not show any symptom, it remained undetected for months. Unaware of the tumour the patient continued with her routine life. Post consultation it was decided to perform Laparoscopic surgery on an immediate basis. However, the cyst was large and a small incision was made to remove the cyst. The jelly like fluid could not be removed through Laparoscopy. There was gelatinous thick fluid because of which the suction was not possible. Hence, a separate incision was made on the left lower abdomen and the whole tumour was evacuated without any spillage of the fluid. The patient recovered well post surgery and was discharged on the fourth day

Dr. Gayatri Deshpande
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Nanavati Super Speciality
Hospital, Mumbai



Dominance of Digital in Delivery

Dr. Rajendra Patankar
COO – Nanavati Super
Speciality Hospital, Mumbai

Healthcare industry is on the rise in India and new advancement in terms of research, innovations and technology have been adopted to give the industry a further boost. With these advancements, patient experience right from the registration to discharge formalities has been completely changed.

Automation in the healthcare industry is the biggest shift that we are seeing today. From computerizing and digitization of records and information digging to finish forms for higher consistency, automation has been transforming population health management. The administration is currently attempting to construct a standard for Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and therapeutic gadgets which will help the healing facilities to receive restorative innovation quicker to line up with the clients who have confidence in the quick conveyance of administrations.

With the expanding development of cell phones and quick web infiltration, there is a need to shift focus on regional initiatives and use mobile and internet strategies such as telemedicine, doctors on call and remote patient monitoring which can help in improving access to quality and affordable care. Now is the perfect time for India to embark on a futuristic journey to fix its heavily loaded healthcare system with new digital healthcare models that have the potential to improve the patient affordability and quality of care.