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The future of modern 'general' surgeon
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FIBC held for the first time at Mumbai in April 2017 was a big success. High standard lectures, surgeries, tutorials and wet lab workshop for practicing bariatric surgeons followed by an exit exam with OSCE pattern. All modern facilities and technology to make it an international event with faculty from all around the world.

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Dr Arun Prasad, Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, India shows Advanced incisional and ventral hernia mesh repair by laparoscopy using the latest positioning system mesh for the very first time in India. Best way of using top rated new mesh.

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Bugngee Jumping Rishikesh, Good safe and professionally run place. On the neelkanth road beyond rishikesh. Jumpinheights.

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Robotic thymus gland surgery at Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, India ; 15x12x8 cm thymus tumor weighing 350 grams is the largest removed robotically so far. Top India surgeon at using best robotic technology. Dr Arun Prasad and patient talk to NDTV news.

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See how robot works, what students and patients think

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Dr Arun Prasad talks about obesity, bariatric and robotic surgery on CNN IBN television program jointly done with Apollo Hospital entitled lets talk health

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Unedited photos of Aurora Borealis of KP3 seen in Iceland, 30km north east of Reykjavik in the hills of Mosfellsdalur. Unfortunately no pictures can do justice to this super wide angle phenomenon as their constant movement means no sharp edged pictures even with prime lenses. Best seen in person and swept into memory.

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Aurora Borealis of KP3 seen in Iceland, 30km north east of Reykjavik in the hills of Mosfellsdalur. Unfortunately no pictures can do justice to this super wide angle phenomenon as their constant movement means no sharp edged pictures even with prime lenses. Best seen in person and swept into memory.
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