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General surgery

Common surgical procedures carried out by our consultant general surgeons.

General surgery focuses on the abdominal area and intestines including the oesophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, liver, pancreas, gallbladder and bile ducts. Our general surgeons also perform surgical procedures for patients with skin lesions, hernias and varicose veins.

Most of our General Surgeons perform minimally-invasive laparoscopic or key-hole procedures, which can help reduce recovery time.

Anal fissure surgery

Treatment to correct a tear in the skin lining inside of the anus.

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Anal fistula surgery

Treatment to repair a painful opening in the anus.

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Anal warts surgery

Removal of warts in the anus, caused by human papilloma virus (HPV).

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Barium enema

A liquid that coats the large bowel, so it can be seen on an X-ray.

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Barium swallow and barium meal

A procedure that allows doctors to view difficult to see gut problems.

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Bowel surgery, colostomy and ileostomy

Removing a section of the bowel, normally to treat cancer.

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Colonoscopy

A check of your large bowel for certain conditions.

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Gallbladder / gallstone removal (cholecystectomy)

Keyhole surgery to remove your gallbladder because of a blocked bile duct.

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Gastric band surgery

Reduces the capacity of your stomach by putting a band around it.

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Gastric bypass surgery

Reduces the size of your stomach and redirects the digestive tract.

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Gastric sleeve surgery (sleeve gastrectomy)

Reduces feelings of hunger and capacity to eat by shrinking your stomach.

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Hernia surgery

Repairs the weak spot in the abdominal wall that caused the hernia.

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Thread vein treatment

A range of methods to treat unsightly thread veins on the lower limbs.

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Varicose vein treatment

A variety of methods to treat unsightly and painful varicose veins.

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