Hiatal Hernia Surgery
Hiatal hernia surgery is a procedure to remove a displaced portion of the stomach from the thoracic cavity that has protruded up through the hiatus.
Hernia repair surgery is a procedure to repair an organ or tissue that is bulging through a weakened area in the abdominal wall, causing severe pain.
Gallbladder removal is the surgical removal of a gallbladder that shows signs of disease, like gallstones or polyps, or is not functioning correctly.
A splenectomy is a surgical procedure to remove the entire spleen when it can no longer perform its necessary functions due to damage or disease.
A liver biopsy extracts a small tissue sample from the liver to analyze the liver's health, diagnose symptoms, and track the progress of diseases.
An appendectomy is a surgical procedure to remove an inflamed appendix. Without treatment, the appendix can rupture, causing life-threatening issues.
A colon resection, or colectomy, is a procedure to remove part or all of a diseased colon or treat various symptoms or conditions affecting the colon.
An adrenalectomy is the surgical removal of one or both of the adrenal glands due to the overproduction of hormones or the growth of cancerous tumors.
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