If your appendicitis is confirmed your surgeon will recommend removing your appendix (appendicectomy).
Cholecystectomy is a laparoscopic procedure used in the treatment of gallstones.
Kidney stones may remain in your kidneys causing no symptoms. However if a stone begins to move out of your kidneys it can be painful or block the passage of urine and you may need treatment.
Gastroesophageal disorders are problems concerning both your stomach and your oesophagus. Your oesophagus is the tube that connects your mouth to your stomach.
If you are experiencing groin/lower abdomen pain, then you might be suffering from a hernia. At Nuffield Health Glasgow Hospital our leading general surgeons specialise in all types of hernia removal surgery and can provide you with a personalised treatment plan.
If conservative methods to treat adrenal gland problems do not work for you, your consultant may recommend surgery.
If conservative treatment for acid reflux is not working, a surgeon may recommend anti reflux surgery.
Laparoscopic (keyhole) cholecystectomy is a surgical procedure used to remove the gallbladder, offering a shorter recovery time than standard surgery.
Reflux is a condition in which stomach acids surge upwards from the stomach into the oesophagus.