Professor Giles Toogood is a highly experienced consultant hepatobiliary surgeon (surgeon of the liver, bile duct, and pancreas) and general surgeon. He treats liver cancer on a frequent basis, especially secondary liver cancer, and here he explains what to expect from treatment by answering common questions
Fatty liver is a condition which, while often benign and asymptomatic, can sometimes lead to serious health issues. Internationally renowned liver surgeon, Professor Hemant Kocher shares his knowledge on this common problem.
In some cases, gallstones can block the gallbladder, causing acute cholecystitis. Professor Brian Davidson explains the debate over when to treat acute cholecystitis surgically.
There is more to bariatric surgery than just using it as a tool to lose weight. Weight loss surgery can also prevent or improve health problems that usually go hand in hand with obesity, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and sleep apnoea. Read more from one of our expert surgeons Mr Vittal Rao about why and how weight loss surgery is a lifechanging procedure!
From fractures to dislocations, shoulder arthritis can be caused by a wide range of causes. We recently spoke with Mr Jagwant Singh, a leading consultant shoulder and elbow surgeon, to discuss these causes and we found out what the latest advancements in treatment are.
Microvascular surgery has been used to reattach severed fingers, arms, hands and other amputated parts to the body. We wanted to find out exactly how it works, how effective it is, how long the procedure takes and whether its safe. In this article, Mr Kavin Andi, an award-winning consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon answers some frequently asked questions regarding microvascular surgery.
If you live with type 2 diabetes, weight loss surgery can help to put your condition into remission. We spoke to one of London's top bariatric surgeons Mr Sanjay Purkayastha about the bariatric surgical options and what lifestyle changes you will need to make postoperation to ensure a happy and healthy life.