This website works best with JavaScript enabled

Operations - G

Reduction of the stomach size with keyhole surgery and reducing the length of the small intestine, for very overweight people (bypassing the stomach the small intestine is directly attached to the top of the stomach)
Procedure where a flexible thin tube (fibreoptic scope) is inserted into the oesophagus (gullet) to look into the stomach and the first part of the duodenum (small intestine). A Biopsy may be taken and sent to the lab for microscopical assessment. It may be used for investigation purposes or to stop a bleed.
Injection of local anaesthetic and steroid around the genitofemoral nerve for chronic pain in the scrotum in men, over the mons pubis and the labia majora in women and pain in the groin and around the upper inner aspect of the thigh. Chronic pain in these areas may develop after a hernia operation where the genitofemoral nerve has been irritated or injured or if it is pressurised in the inguinal canal.
Removal of the femoral head without prosthesis with limited mobility after the operation
Insertion of tiny tubes into the eardrum (one ear or both ears) following a small incision in the eardrum (myringotomy)

Please Donate 

Follow Us 


#fc3424 #5835a1 #1975f2 #2fc86b #f_syc9 #eef77 #020614063440