Diagnostic and Operative Procedures
There are lots of types of bowel surgery. Your bowel (intestine) is made up of your large and small bowels. You might need to have surgery if your bowel has been affected by a condition, such as bowel cancer or diverticular disease, or you have inflammatory bowel disease, such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.
Problems with the anal canal, such as haemorrhoids, fissure (a tear) or fistula also can require formal surgery. Quite often haemorrhoids can be treated just in the clinic by rubber band placement.More details
A hernia is an abnormal protrusion of an organ through a weakness in the abdominal wall. The most common type of hernia is Inguinal (Groin hernia). One in every four men will at some point in their life develop an inguinal hernia.More Details
A gastroscopy is a procedure that enables your specialist doctor to carefully examine the upper digestive tract. This is made up of the oesophagus, the stomach, and the duodenum.More Details
Gallbladder Removal Surgery
A person may require gallbladder removal surgery (also called cholecystectomy) if the inflammation and pain from gallstones and related issues does not subside with other treatments.More Details