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Minimally Invasive and Cosmetic Surgery

A large majority of congenital heart diseases are now curable with timely surgical intervention. However, not only do patients and their parents undergo tremendous suffering and pain that comes with having a congenital heart disease, but also have to carry a scar and the associated social stigma for the rest of their lives, even though they are fully cured of the disease. We at Amrita have striven to address this concern, and have performed among the largest series of limited posterolateral thoracotomy surgeries to cure simple congenital heart diseases.
We have diversified our armamentarium by providing, since 2015, mini-sternotomy and axillary approaches to cardiac surgery in children.


Axillary Approach to Surgical Treatment of Congenital Cardiac Diseases.

This approach is suited for simple congenital cardiac lesions like atrial septal defect, partial anomalous pulmonary venous connections and partial atrioventricular septal defects.
The surgical scar in hidden in the right arm pit and can be as small as 4 centimetres long.

Conclusion : Muscle sparing right axillary approach is a safe and reproducible technique for simple Cardiac lesions. Compared with other alternative minimally invasive approach, the incision is far from future breasttissue, with no major muscle cutting involved the functional recovery is rapid and the completely hidden scar within axilla under the resting arm is cosmetically highly appreciable by parents and patients alike.