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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, [...]

Hernia Repair

Hernia Repair
A hernia occurs when an abdominal organ, typically your bowel, pushes through a tear in the muscle wall. This usually creates a visible lump on the skin. There are different types of hernia depending on where in the body they are. And they can happen for various reasons. Sometimes a hernia becomes noticeable after the strain of lifting a heav [...]

Gastric Ulceration

Gastric Ulceration
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Gastric banding

Gastric banding
Gastric banding involves placing an adjustable silicone band around the upper part of your stomach. It works by making you feel full sooner so that you eat less. Is gastric banding right for me? If your BMI score is over 40, surgery may help you to achieve long-term weight loss. Surgery may also help if you have a BMI over 35 (severe obesity) [...]

Gallbladder

Gallbladder
Your 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 [...]

Diagnostic Endoscopy

Diagnostic Endoscopy
A diagnostic endoscopy is an examination to look at your internal organs using an instrument called an endoscope. This is a long, tube-like instrument with a lens and light. It may be inserted through a natural opening such as the mouth or anus. This examination allows specialists to check for abnormal tissue, irritations, ulcers and inflamma [...]

Cholecystitis

Cholecystitis
Your 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 [...]

Barrett’s Oesophagus

Barrett’s Oesophagus
If you suffer from continued gastro-oesophageal reflux the cells in the lining of the lower part of your oesophagus may begin to develop abnormally. This is called Barrett’s oesophagus. Barrett’s oesophagus is not a cancerous condition but you may be advised to have regular endoscopies to watch these cells carefully. Consultants can diagnose [...]

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