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 repair surgery. Our expertise is in minimally invasive surgery and robotic surgery. Minimally invasive and robotic surgery often allow patients to experience easier recovery than traditional open surgery. They also allow for more precise and less traumatic surgery. When robotic and minimally invasive surgery is not an option, we are also skilled and experienced in traditional open surgical procedures.
All of our doctors are experienced and skilled surgeons having undergone extensive training in school, residency and fellowships. They all practice medicine with ethical behavior, compassion and superb bedside manner. In the operating room they all exhibit precise mechanical abilities, analytical thinking and the ability to visualize tissue in three dimensions. These innate and learned skills allow our surgeons to be some of the most dexterous and skilled professionals in all of New York City and the Country.
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Top 1% in the nation for providing the highest clinical quality year over year.
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Superior clinical outcomes in heart bypass surgery, coronary interventional procedures, heart attack treatment, heart failure treatment, and heart valve surgery.
Superior clinical outcomes in coronary intervention procedures (angioplasty with stent).
Superior clinical outcomes in prostate removal surgery and transurethral resection of the prostate.
A liver resection is a surgery to remove part of a patient’s liver. The liver is unique among all the interior organs in the human body in that it is capable of regenerating, meaning as much as 50 per cent of the liver can be removed during a resection; so long as the other half is healthy, the organ will regenerate over time.
To access the liver, doctors need to make an incision in the patient’s belly. When the right side of a liver is removed, the gallbladder needs to be removed to allow access.
It is normal for the patient’s belly to be tender and sore for a little while and painkillers might be prescribed. The pain usually subsides after a few weeks, but during that time patients may also experience nausea, irregular bowel movements, constipation, and diarrhea. A small percentage of patients experience a fever and feel persistently tired, weak, and ill.
It is also common for patients to experience numbness around the wound following liver surgery NYC, but this usually wears off over time, although there will always be some numbness where the incision was made and this is perfectly normal.
Once you leave the hospital, it is important that you observe certain precautions. Make sure you get plenty of rest. It is during sleep and relaxation that your body does most of its repair work. You might find yourself becoming tired more easily for a little while and you should always rest when you feel tired; try to do some light exercise, such as going for a short walk, every day. Conversely, avoid strenuous exercise until your doctor clears you for it.
It is usually a good idea to wait until at least eight weeks, unless your doctor says otherwise, before doing any heavy lifting. You may find that coughing produces a sharp pain around the area of the incision. If so, try holding a pillow over your stomach when you cough to lessen the pain.
You should dial 911 if you have any of the following symptoms: losing consciousness, respiratory trouble, sudden chest pain and accompanying shortness of breath, or a severe pain in the belly. These could indicate internal problems and are potentially life-threatening.
For further information, drop into one of our liver surgery NYC clinics for a consultation with one of our doctors.