Early diagnosis and prompt, effective management by specialists improve the chances of curing B-Cell lymphoma. The London Clinic provides expert care from leading consultant Haematologists and Oncologists to identify lymphoma and the very latest treatments to relieve symptoms, treat the cancer, and support your recovery.
Investigating and treating back pain at The London Clinic involves multi-disciplinary teams of neurologists and spinal specialists. Our facilities and expertise for investigating and diagnosing back pain include: diagnostic imaging: X-rays, CT scanning and MRI scanning; discography; myelography.
Many back problems do not require surgical intervention; they frequently resolve with rest, physiotherapy, and anti-inflammatory medication. However, if these conservative treatments haven’t provided relief, Back pain injections can help ease pain, reduce inflammation, and restore mobility.
Radiosurgery is now an effective alternative. By applying a highly focused, high energy radiation beam to kill the cells within the benign brain tumour, the rapidly growing cells can be dealt with leaving the normal brain tissue relatively unscathed.
Small liver cysts may not cause any problems, however if you have a larger cyst or one that is causing symptoms they can be treated using several techniques such as: needle aspiration, using a sclerosant, surgery and medication.
The London Clinic’s leading urology surgeons are highly-skilled in bilateral vasectomy surgery.
Robotic surgery for bladder cancer allows the surgeon to operate with enhanced vision, improved precision and better control. The London Clinic’s priority is to provide our patients with support, comfort and expert cancer care.
The London Clinic's urology consultants perform bladder neck incision in state-of-the-art operating theatres, using the latest equipment and technology.
Blepharoplasty can be done either alone, or combined with brow-lifting techniques to lift the top part of the face. Although done for cosmetic reasons, a blepharoplasty can sometimes be done to improve vision.
Hypertension is an easily treatable risk factor for cardiovascular disease, so blood pressure measurement is one of the simplest and most effective tests that we have in terms of disease prevention.
A transfusion means that donated blood is added to your own blood through an intravenous drip into a vein in the arm.
A brain aneurysm can be treated by performing two different forms of brain vessel surgery for example: the brain aneurysm can be clipped and dealt with permanently or The brain aneurysm can be sealed using a coil put in place through a main artery.
Liposculpture takes the established technique of liposuction to a more sophisticated level. The overall aim is to sculpt the body to produce a body contour that the patient desires. Fat that has been removed can be used elsewhere in the body as a natural filler material if required.
A DEXA scan is a test using X-rays to determine how strong and dense bones are.
Bones scans are conducted to analyse or diagnose problems with a person's bones by using state of the art imaging equipment.
A brain aneurysm can be identified before it ruptures using brain scans. It can then be treated surgically in one of two ways either by carrying out a microvascular clipping or endovascular coiling.
The London Clinic offers a range of tests to detect brain cancer in an efficient and comfortable environment. High-tech imaging performed by specialist neuro-radiologists can help so that you can be offered the best treatment for your individual needs.
Brain surgery is performed to remove benign and malignant tumours that develop within the skull.
BRAVO pH testing is a minimally invasive investigation that evaluates the level of acidity in your oesophagus. Gastroenterologists at The London Clinic use the test to discover why you may have acid reflux, heartburn or problems swallowing. It is often used in conjunction with oesophageal manometry, so that your consultant gets more detailed information about the health and function of your oesophagus.
Breast augmentation - also known as breast enlargement, breast implant, breast enhancement or 'boob job' - uses silicone or saline implants to enlarge the breasts and improve their shape. Our expert surgeons take time to talk through all the available options, and develop personalised surgery and recovery plans.
A breast biopsy is a test in which either tissue or cells are taken from inside a breast lump and then sent for detailed examination in the pathology laboratory.
The London Clinic provides a full breast care service for women who are worried about their breast health or who have developed breast cancer. Male breast cancer is rare, but The London Clinic also offers treatment for men with the condition.
Each breast cancer is unique. Breast cancer typing can identify the differences between tumours, allowing The London Clinic to offer our patients customised care.
When the tumour, or lump is benign and the patient wishes to have it removed; or if it is confirmed as malignant cancer, then breast conserving surgery is appropriate. This is a wide local excision 'lumpectomy' and is done through a small cosmetic incision.
The expert breast surgeons at The London Clinic are able to carry out breast surgery to remove tumours and as much as possible, conserve the shape of your breasts.
An MRI scan uses a magnetic field and radio waves to generate images of the interior of your breast.
Most women are offered a breast reconstruction at the time of their mastectomy. There have been numerous advancements in this field recently and your consultant will be able to discuss your options with you.
The London Clinic offers breast reduction for women who are distressed about the size of their breasts or who have developed physical symptoms such as back or neck pain. Our plastic and reconstructive surgeons will share their in-depth expertise and tailor each service to your needs, ensuring the procedure is performed to the highest standard.
Regular breast screening can detect breast cancer at an early stage. The earlier that treatment can begin, the better the chance a woman has to survive 20 years, or even longer.
The London Clinic offers breast ultrasound in addition to other imaging techniques to provide the most accurate diagnostic service possible.
The clinic has a state-of-the-art bronchoscopy suite, offering fibre-optic, flexible bronchoscopy, endobronchial ultrasound, and auto-fluorescence bronchoscopy, which can detect lung cancer at an earlier stage.
The London Clinic’s specialist surgeons have access to high-tech imaging. They are assisted by an expert multidisciplinary team, including highly-skilled physiotherapists and podiatrists that will support your treatment and rehabilitation.
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