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Surgical Experts Dedicated to Improving Lives

At Lenox Hill Surgeons, our dedicated team of nyc surgeons and medical professionals provide compassionate care with the highest ethical & professional standards. In our state of the art facility, we offer surgical services using only the most cutting edge and current procedures and treatments.We specialize in general surgery, including extensive experience in performing hernia… Continue Reading

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Gallbladder Surgery – What to Expect

Although it is just a small organ, the gallbladder is used in the effective processing of food and nutrients. However, there are a few specific circumstances in which some or all of the gallbladder must be removed. Gallbladder surgery is one of the most common surgeries in the world. But what does the gallbladder actually… Continue Reading

Appendix Surgery – What to Expect

The exact purpose of the appendix is relatively unknown even to modern science. Some experts believe it to be a sort of “home” for healthy bacteria that can be used to fight off dangerous invading cells. Other believe that the appendix does nothing, that it is simply a mass that no longer has a physical… Continue Reading

Esophagus Surgery – What to Expect

The esophagus is an essential aspect of digestion. Without it, you couldn’t naturally deliver food from your mouth to your stomach. However, there are some times where surgery needs to be performed on the esophagus. How does the esophagus work? What can go wrong and how can surgery help? What is recovery like for esophagus… Continue Reading

What are the Symptoms of a Hernia?

A hernia is a painful condition, so you no doubt want a quick answer to that question, “What are the Symptoms of a Hernia?” Unfortunately, this answer will greatly depend on your own assessment of yourself. In order to correctly identify a hernia, there are a few specific signs you should be looking for. If… Continue Reading

Abdominal Hernia Repair

Abdominal hernias account for hundreds of thousands of surgical procedures every year. Even within the category of abdominal hernias, there are many different hernias that can occur. In addition, everyone will present a little bit differently with regard to how their hernia affects them. You may wonder, though, what exactly is a hernia? How can… Continue Reading

Causes & Symptoms of Hernias

Hernias are widely common, with almost 2% of the population suffering from hernias. This may seem like a small number, but in the United States of America alone that adds up to around 600,000 people dealing with hernias. But what exactly is a hernia? What causes so many people to have hernias? And how does… Continue Reading

Small Intestine Surgery – What to Expect

The small intestine is actually a very long and essential organ for daily function. Measuring around 20 ft in full-grown adults, the small intestine responsible for the majority of digestion. However, there are times that part of the small intestine must be removed. In these cases, a small intestine resection, or surgery, can be completed.… Continue Reading

Liver Surgery – What to Expect

The little is one of the most important organs in the body, responsible for filtering blood and detoxifying. However, under certain circumstances, the liver or some suction thereof must be removed from the body. But what exactly does the liver do? Why would the liver need to be removed? And what should you expect from… Continue Reading

Dysphagia Surgery: Steps, Benefits, Side-Effects, Precautions & Prognosis 

Dysphagia Surgery Some functional and anatomical abnormalities of the esophagus or the pharynx can cause dysphagia which is essentially a fancy medical term to indicate difficulty swallowing. This condition can be successfully treated by surgical procedures. Also, surgery is recommended when dysphagia is found to be associated with esophageal carcinoma, and compression of this organ… Continue Reading