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Colorectal Metastases
Colorectal cancer is the second commonest cancer in women and the third commonest cancer in men in the United Kingdom. Up to 40% of patients with colorectal cancer will develop secondary tumours (metastases) in their liver read more...

Gallstones
Gallstones are small solid lumps or stones that form in bile and can cause a variety of symptoms. Bile is made by the liver and is stored in a small bag, the gall bladder, that is attached to the under surface of the liver read more...

Pancreatic cancer
The pancreas lies within the upper abdomen and is responsible for producing insulin (which helps to control blood sugar) and various enzymes that are involved in the digestion of food read more...

Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair
An inguinal hernia is the most common type of hernia and causes either discomfort or a lump in the groin read more...

Lumps and Bumps
Patients will often find small abnormal raised area (lumps and bumps) either in or just underneath their skin. There are many causes of skin lumps and bumps most of which are of no clinical concern read more...

Ventral Hernia’s
A ventral hernia is any hernia on the front of the abdominal wall. These usually occur around the umbilicus (umbilical hernia, paraumbilical hernia) or in the midline of the abdomen (epigastric hernia) read more...