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Cholecystectomy
A laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a keyhole operation to remove the gallbladder. It is usually undertaken to treat gallstones that are causing symptoms read more...

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

Laparoscopic 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). Occasionally ventral hernias occur in other locations on the abdominal wall read more...

Liver resection
Any patient with a primary liver tumour in whom the tumour can be removed with clear margins, is potentially suitable for liver surgery, provided there is no evidence of spread outside the liver read more...

Pancreatic resection
Any patient with a primary pancreatic tumour in whom the tumour can be removed with clear margins, is potentially suitable for surgery, provided there is no evidence that the tumour has spread read more...