A cholecystectomy is the most common procedure used when performing gallbladder surgery to remove bile duct stones. However, it requires a highly-experienced surgeon to perform a somewhat difficult operation. Our expert surgeon Mr Thomas Satyadas explains why.
Severe tummy pain? Vomiting? Skin and/or eyes turning a shade of yellow? All classic signs of gallstones. When these symptoms strike, the solution is usually surgery. But cholecystectomies can be complicated procedures, requiring a highly-trained surgeon with skills in laparoscopy. Leading surgeon Mr Thomas Satyadas is here to explain.