CONSULTANT SURGEON

TREATMENTS

Recurrent Inguinal Hernia

Recurrent Inguinal Hernia
Weak spots or tears can develop in the layer of muscle in the abdominal wall resulting in the contents of the abdomen pushing through. This produces a lump called a hernia. An inguinal hernia happens at the inguinal canal. This is a narrow passage in which blood vessels supplying the testicle pass through the abdominal wall. Sometimes a repai [...]

Recurrent Femoral Hernia

Recurrent Femoral Hernia
Weak spots or tears can develop in the layer of muscle in the abdominal wall resulting in the contents of the abdomen pushing through. This produces a lump called a hernia. A femoral hernia (like an inguinal hernia) appears in the groin. Femoral hernias happen at the hole in the wall of the abdomen where the femoral artery and vein pass from [...]

Perforated Bowel

Perforated Bowel
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Oesophagitis

Oesophagitis
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Oesophageal Cancer

Oesophageal Cancer
Your oesophagus is the tube that runs from your throat to your stomach. Symptoms of oesophageal cancer may include: Persistent cough Difficulty swallowing Sore throat Unexplained weight loss Oesophageal cancer is uncommon and these symptoms can be caused by many other conditions. You should see your GP if you experience these symptoms. Your [...]

Laparoscopic Incisional Hernia

Laparoscopic Incisional Hernia
An incisional hernia is a weakening in your abdominal (stomach) wall through the site of an scar from previous surgery. The weakness produces a lump called a hernia A hernia can be dangerous because the intestines or other structures within the abdomen can get trapped and have their blood supply cut off (strangulated hernia). In some cases la [...]

Laparoscopic Anti Reflux Surgery

Laparoscopic Anti Reflux Surgery
Weak spots or tears can develop in the layer of muscle in the abdominal wall resulting in the contents of the abdomen pushing through. This produces a lump called a hernia. A hernia can be dangerous because the intestines or other structures within the abdomen can get trapped and have their blood supply cut off (strangulated hernia). In some [...]

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
The gallbladder is an organ in your body that stores bile. Bile is a bitter, yellow fluid produced by your liver. Bile is released by your gallbladder into the small intestine when you eat and helps to break down fats. When the components that make up bile get out of balance gallstones can form. Gallstones are frequently not a problem and go [...]

Laparoscopic Anti Reflux Surgery

Laparoscopic Anti Reflux Surgery
Acid reflux (indigestion) occurs when stomach acid travels up your oesophagus (gullet) often causing a burning sensation. This can happen if the valve between your stomach and your oesophagus is not working properly. Drugs that lower the acid content in your stomach may resolve this condition. If conservative treatment is not working for you, [...]

Jaundice

Jaundice
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Contact Information:

Bristol Hospital Address:

The Chesterfield 3 Clifton Hill Clifton, Bristol BS8 1BN

Call Dan Titcomb consultant 0117 911 9466