Hepatobiliary is the investigation and treatments of disorders of the liver, gallbladder, biliary trea and pancreas.
The hepatobiliary facility at Candover Clinic provides healthcare for conditions affecting the liver. Patients will receive seamless care from a multidisciplinary team as Candover is focused on delivering the highest quality of healthcare to all patients. The team diagnose and treat conditions including gall bladder disease, liver cancer and pancreas cancer, in addition to complex laparoscopic work.
Candover Clinic provides healthcare with the team headed by the director of surgical services for Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Mr Myrddin Rees. The hepatobiliary unit has operated on over 1600 patients performing liver resections, making it one of the largest series in the world. 1400 of these liver resections cases are for colorectal metastases.
Candover Clinic is able to offer specialist hepatobiliary treatment and procedures including:
- Abnormal liver function tests
- Abnormal liver imaging
- Alcoholic liver disease
- Cholecystectomy laparoscopic
- Elective splenectomy
- Epigastric hernia repair
- Hernia repair paraumbilical and umbilical
- Laparoscopic bile duct exploration
- Open incisional hernia repair
- Upper GI endoscopy gastroscopys
- Viral hepatitis B
- Viral hepatitis C
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