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Dr. K.P. Balsara (Coordinator)



MBBS MS (General Surgery).

Post graduate training St. Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney in Gastro intestinal surgery.

Fellowship at the Paul Brousse hospital Paris in hepatobiliary surgery.

Wesley hospital Brisbane, in advanced laparoscopic upper GI and colorectal surgery.

Robotic surgery in Seoul, Korea.

Sydney : 1986-1988

Paris : 1989. (6 months)

Brisbane Wesley : 2000 (6 months)



Dr. Balsara is currently a senior consultant at the Breach Candy hospital in Mumbai.

His main interest is in Laparoscopic surgery involving the upper GI tract and colorectal surgery.

He has conducted several workshops in India and overseas in laparoscopic surgery.



He stood first in the university in the 2nd and 3rd M.B:B.S exams.

First joint secretary of the Indian association of Gastro-endoscopic surgeons of India.

Faculty of the Ethicon institute of training in Mumbai.



Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, analysis of the first 100 cases. K.P.Balsara, C.R.Shah, Indian J. of Gastroenterology. 1994, Vol 13, 41-42.

Endoscopic retrograde cholangiography in the era of Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. K.P.Balsara, C.R.Shah, A.Maydeo. Ind. J. of Gastroenterology 1996. 15(1): 10-11.

Laparoscopic assisted ileocolectomy for tuberculosis. Balsara KP, Shah CR: Surg Endosc. April 2005

Increasing role of MAS in acute pancreatitis. Chapter in book “Acute Pancreatitis”. Ed. Dr. SK.Bhansali, Dr.Sharad C Shah. Dec 2006.

Management of bile duct injuries after lap cholecystectomy. Chapter in book. Lap cholecystectomy 2nd ed. Editor Dr. T E Udwadia.

Laparoscopic Fundoplication for GERD: an 8 year experience. K.P.Balsara, C.R.Shah, M. Hussain.

National Medical Journal of India, vol 25, no 3: 2012 Reuse of single-use devices. Looking forward, looking back. Hussain M, Balsara K.P., Nagral S. ,J Min Access Surg 2008; 4: 99-103

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