Mr. Elijah Ablorsu is a Consultant in Transplant and General Surgery, with a special interest in hernia and gallstone surgery. He is based at University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.
Mr. Ablorsu graduated from Komenius University in Slovakia, gaining an MD degree in 1999; where he also started his postgraduate surgical training. During his training he developed a special interest in liver, biliary and pancreatic surgery, pancreas and kidney transplantation.
After completing his specialist training in General and Upper GI Surgery, he held a Fellowship in Liver and Pancreatic Surgery at Hammersmith Hospital in London; a Transplant Fellowship in Manchester; and a Fellowship in Liver and Transplant Surgery in Oxford.
He is a Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons of England and a Fellow of The European Board of Surgery, a member of The British Hernia Society and the Welsh Surgical Society.
Mr. Ablorsu has established excellent practice in gallstones and hernia surgery, where _he applies his skills in advanced laparoscopic (key-hole) surgery. He has extensive experiences in all types of hernia, particularly in laparoscopic hernia repair. Patients benefit from reduced post-operative pain, faster recovery and better cosmetic effect.
He regularly presents his work in national and international forums, and regularly publishes in peer reviewed surgical journals.
- Complex hernia management
- Gallstones management
- Laparoscopic (key-hole) and open surgery for gallstones and bile duct stones
- Laparoscopic and conventional surgery for inguinal, abdominal wall and _incisional hernias
- Single incision laparoscopic surgery for gallstones and hernias