Services and Procedures
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It covers the operations of the digestive system: esophagus, stomach, small intestine, appendix, colon, rectum, anus, liver, gallbladder and pancreas, as well as hernia repair of the abdominal wall.
In these areas of surgery, a specialist is not required, although the general surgeon may specialize in some of them.
Specialty consultation in General Surgery and Gastrointestinal Pathologies
Gastrointestinal endoscopy Abdominal Hernia Surgery: Hiatal, Umbilical, Inguinal, Lateral ...
Diverticula of the Colon
Advanced Wound Treatment
Use of Vac System
It is a complex and multidimensional process, focused on the doctor-patient relationship, but it is also a key piece to provide support in terms of the health-disease, suffering and uncertainty needs of a subject when their physical, human integrity is affected. and emotional.
This is an examination of the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum through the mouth using an endoscope. This is a flexible tube-shaped instrument, terminated by a lens and a camera.
It is more common after age forty. Symptoms are abdominal pain, fever, nausea, and change in bowel habits.
In open gallbladder surgery (cholecystectomy), the surgeon removes the gallbladder through a single large cut (incision) in the abdomen. Currently the best procedure is for advanced Laparoscopy.
Appendicitis is usually treated with surgery and antibiotics. If left untreated, the appendix can burst and cause an abscess or a systemic infection (sepsis).
Treatment for the abdominal hernia is done through surgery to reposition that part of the organ behind the abdominal muscles.
Common warts are caused by a virus and are transmitted by touch. After exposure to the virus, it can take two to six months for a wart to appear on the skin.
It is an abnormal growth, usually non-cancerous, filled with fluid or a semi-solid substance, which sometimes causes pain.
Lipomas are slow growing tumors and are generally harmless. They are not usually cancerous. Some people have more than one.
A common mole is a skin tumor that forms when pigmented cells (melanocytes) grow together. Most adults have 10 to 40 common moles.
Diabetic foot appears when there are inadequate levels of blood glucose and other factors that frequently occur in people with diabetes (high blood pressure, hypercholesterolemia, ...) that cause damage to the vessels and nerves that can cause medium-long complications.
Wound healing can be defined as that technique which favors the scar tissue in any injury up to get your referral, this process is natural and normally does not require special treatments.