When a part of the large intestine or colon gets affected by cancer, the process of removing that part by surgery is called Hemicolectomy.  

It is mainly required to treat the cancer of vowels or the type of Crohn's disease. The surgical process includes the removal of the infected area of the bowel and replacing it with a new part which may be grafted from the skin or an artificial implant.  

It is mostly an advanced measure that is taken when the part of the colon cannot be cured by the means of any medicinal measure. It also depends on how much the damage is and the extent of infection in the colon. 

Ideal Candidate for Hemicolectomy

When a person is suffering from some acute condition of the stomach then he or she is an eligible candidate for Hemicolectomy.

Mostly in the case of bowel cancer, doctors prefer to use the surgical technique of hemicolectomy. The conditions of ulcerative colitis also make the patient an ideal candidate for the procedure of hemicolectomy. The other conditions include Crohn's disease, polyps or growths, and diverticulitis. 

The polyp growth in the stomach is the one that requires close attention as they don’t normally get cured by the traditional medicinal procedure. There are several methods that can achieve hemicolectomy and these are based on the complications of the patient.

Factors affecting the cost of Hemicolectomy 

Following are the factors which influence the cost of hemicolectomy:

  • Choice of destination
  • Type of hospital
  • Type of surgery, laparoscopic or open surgery
  • Experience and consultation fee of doctors and surgeons involved
  • The severity of the condition
  • Post-surgical complications
  • Any other lab tests or examination tests such as X-ray, ECG, etc
Treatment and Cost

15

Total Days
In Country

2 No. Travelers

5 Day in Hospital

10 Days Outside Hospital

Treatment cost starts from

USD 37500

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