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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 and Gallstone Surgery – NYC General Surgeon

Gallstone and Gallbladder Surgery: Steps, Benefits, Side-Effects, Precautions & Prognosis Gallstone and gallbladder surgery referred to as cholecystectomy in medical parlance, is an operative procedure where your gallbladder is removed. Gallbladder surgery is chiefly performed to get rid of gallstones or cholesterol stones which if not removed could lead to severe complications like cholangitis, pancreatitis,… Continue Reading

Spleen Surgery – NYC General Surgeon

Spleen Surgery: Steps, Benefits, Side-Effects, Precautions & Prognosis Surgical excision of the spleen or splenectomy becomes imperative when this vital immunologic organ becomes diseased or cancerous or is damaged due to an injury or wound. You could also be a potential candidate of splenectomy if you suffer from an acute blood disorder (polycythemia vera, idiopathic… Continue Reading

Pancreas Surgery – NYC General Surgeon

Pancreas Surgery: Steps, Benefits, Side-Effects, Precautions & Prognosis The pancreas being a key organ of the endocrine and digestive systems of the body is indispensable for the smooth functioning of the human body. Hence, a diseased condition of the pancreas, like a tumor, abscess or malignancy that causes pancreatitis and makes the dysfunctional organ calls… Continue Reading

What to do after Stomach Surgery

What You Need to Do After Stomach Surgery  There are various different types of stomach surgery that can be performed for a range of different reasons. By and large, this type of surgery will be a major one, which means that you will need to be prepared for a lengthy recovery period and you need… Continue Reading

Hernia Repair Surgery – NYC Surgeon

Hernia Repair Surgery: Steps, Benefits, Side-Effects, Precautions & Prognosis Hernia repair surgery entails the application of instrumental and manual procedures for correcting herniation of tissues or viscera including groin, abdomen, brain, and diaphragm. Internal organs, composed of tissues, could get herniated or bulged, forcing them to protrude via the wall encasing them. Hernias involving the… Continue Reading

Laparoscopic appendectomy – NYC General Surgeon

Laparoscopic appendectomy: Steps, Benefits, Side-Effects, Precautions & Prognosis The procedure of surgically removing the narrow, elongated tube attached to the colon-known as an appendix when it becomes diseased, inflamed or infected (appendicitis) is called appendectomy. It is normally carried out on an emergency basis as swollen appendicitis could burst if not excised, causing the clogged… Continue Reading

Surgery for Esophageal Cancer – General Surgeon NYC

Esophagus Surgery: Steps, Benefits, Side-Effects, Precautions & Prognosis Esophagogastrectomy or esophagus surgery entails doing away with the entire esophagus (and often a stomach part) for treating esophageal cancer, Barrett’s esophagus, achalasia, esophageal stenosis, and GERD. The thoracic surgeon transforms the remaining section of the stomach into a tubular form serving as the replacement for the… Continue Reading

Stomach Surgery: Gastric Bypass by NYC Top Surgeon

Stomach Surgery (Gastric Bypass): Steps, Benefits, Side-Effects, Precautions & Prognosis Gastric bypass is a type of surgical process chiefly carried out for treating a series of lifestyle conditions like type 2 diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and sleep apnea. These conditions more often than not occur concomitantly. The surgery is performed using a laparoscope (an elongated &… Continue Reading

Esophagus Surgery

What Happens After Esophagus Surgery?  The esophagus plays a vital part in our functioning, as it is the tube that enabled food to be moved from your throat when you swallow through to your stomach. This tube, which is around eight inches in length, is made up of muscles, which then contract to move food… Continue Reading