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There are a number of different body systems within the abdomen and pelvis; the digestive tract, kidneys, bladder, liver, reproductive organs and major blood vessels. Abdominal and pelvic pain can result from any of these systems or from the wall of the abdomen itself.
The London Clinic's leading colorectal surgeons are experts in fistula surgery and the sensitive management of anal problems.
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.
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.
A capsule endoscopy is a pain-free, minimally-invasive investigation of the small bowel. By swallowing a pill-sized capsule containing a tiny, wireless camera, the entire small intestine can be filmed in detail. This allows our gastroenterologists to diagnose conditions affecting the small bowel, with fewer side effects than traditional investigations.
Coeliac disease is usually suspected when someone has severe abdominal symptoms and also shows signs of malnourishment or anaemia.
Colonoscopy is an examination of the full length of the inside of the bowel using a flexible camera. It is the gold standard screening test for bowel cancer. The London Clinic can offer colonoscopy in a private, comfortable and stress-free environment. An All-Inclusive Package for this treatment is available from £2,075.
The London Clinic offers a range of investigations to detect colorectal cancer. With high-tech imaging and expert pathologists, we are able to accurately diagnose and stage colorectal tumours.
Colorectal surgery is the usual treatment for conditions affecting the colon (large intestine) or rectum and surrounding areas.
Crohn’s disease causes inflammation of your bowel. Surgery is usually recommended if medication fails to improve your symptoms.
Crohn’s disease varies in how severe it is and which part of the digestive system it affects. Treatment at The London Clinic is tailored carefully to each individual patient.
Computed tomography (CT) colonography, also known as CTC or virtual colonoscopy (VC), is an X-Ray scanning technology used to diagnose disorders in your bowel such as bowel cancer, or non-cancerous growths known as polyps.
In a diagnostic laparoscopy, a consultant will use keyhole surgery to inspect the organs in your abdomen.
The duodenal switch is the most drastic of all forms of bariatric surgery. It is often done in the most obese patients as the second operation in a two-stage procedure. The first stage is a sleeve gastrectomy.
Specific treatment depends on whether the duodenal ulcer is caused by the bacteria, the painkillers or a combination of both.
An endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS) is an investigation that combines two types of tests, endoscopy and ultrasound. It enables The London Clinic’s consultants to perform more detailed examinations of the lungs or the upper digestive system.
Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography is a minimally–invasive technique for examining and treating conditions affecting the liver, biliary system and pancreas. ERCP is a specialised form of endoscopy. The London Clinic’s world-leading gastroenterologists use the procedure to diagnose and treat problems with the pancreatic and bile ducts, including blockages, stones and tumours.
Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty is a newer type of weight-loss procedure. Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty reduces the size of your stomach using an endoscopic suturing device without the need for surgery. This procedure may be an option if you're significantly overweight — a body mass index of 30 or more — and diet and exercise haven't worked for you.
An endoscopic ultrasound is a procedure where a flexible telescope is used to look at the lining of your oesophagus, stomach and duodenum.
This surgery can be carried out by one of our experienced consultants. An All-Inclusive Package for this treatment is available from £1,545.
Also known as a cholecystectomy, this is a common procedure that treats the pain and nausea of gallstones and prevents complications from developing. The gallbladder can become blocked and irritated by gallstones. Specialist surgery can remove the gallbladder, resolve symptoms, and safeguard your health. The London Clinic offers both a laparoscopic cholecystectomy and an open cholecystectomy by world-leading gastrointestinal surgeons.
Not everyone who needs to lose weight is eligible for extensive weight loss surgery, and not all want to take this drastic step. If you find it difficult to lose weight using diet and exercise, and you have 2-3 stones to lose, a gastric balloon is a non-surgical procedure to help you lose your excess weight over a period of six months.
A gastric band is intermediate between the gastric balloon and more extensive bariatric surgery. It involves a general anaesthetic and laparoscopic surgery but recovery is rapid and the band can be adjusted or removed in the future as required.
A gastric bypass separates off a major part of the stomach, creating a small stomach pouch that reduces the amount of food you can eat.
A gastroscopy is an examination of the upper section of the gastrointestinal tract. Using a flexible camera, The London Clinic’s expert endoscopists can closely inspect the oesophagus, stomach and the top of the small bowel for inflammation, cancer, ulcers and any other abnormalities. The London Clinic provides gastroscopy in a private, comfortable and stress-free environment.
The London Clinic can perform surgery to physically remove the haemorrhoids and repair any damaged tissue.
Haemorrhoid banding and injection procedures do not usually require anaesthesia, and both treatments can be performed as an outpatient (so you will not be required to stay overnight). The London Clinic’s dedicated team of colorectal specialist clinicians and nurses will support you throughout your stay with us.
HALO radiofrequency ablation treatment uses high frequency radio waves to destroy cancerous or damaged cells and is carried out during a standard endoscopy. This is usually done under sedation or with a light general anaesthetic, and takes less than an hour.
Treatments for heartburn include dietary and lifestyle changes, and medicine. Anti-reflux surgery is also available.
Hernia surgery can repair the weakness in the muscle wall, prevent strangulation, relieve pain and place the hernia contents back in their correct position. We have All-Inclusive Payment package options available for this treatment.
Intra-operative radiotherapy is when a very localised, high dose of radiation is given at the same time as the surgical treatment. The London Clinic is one of the few sites in the UK to offer treatment with the Carl Zeiss Intrabeam® system - a miniaturised X-ray device which is located within our on-site theatres.
Severe acute pancreatitis is usually treated in our intensive care unit so that complications such as kidney failure can be monitored and treated promptly.
The Rafaelo® procedure is a safe and effective treatment for haemorrhoids (piles). The London Clinic is one of a handful of private hospitals in London to offer this revolutionary technique. It uses the established technology of radiofrequency ablation. This allows patients to return home on the same day with minimal post-operative pain, and to quickly return to normal daily activities.
A sleeve gastrectomy reduces the size of the stomach by permanently removing about 75 % of its volume.
Small bowel enteroscopy is a minimally invasive examination of the small intestine. The London Clinic’s world-leading gastroenterologists perform the procedure to identify bleeding, take biopsies, remove polyps and diagnose disease.
This minimally invasive procedure helps diagnose and treat conditions that results in the narrowing or obstruction of the bile duct. An all-inclusive package for this treatment is available from £6,995.
Ulcerative colitis is a form of inflammatory bowel disease that affects the large bowel. In most patients, it can be kept under control using a planned programme of treatment. Drug treatments available include: Mesalazine in tablet form: mesalazine also known as 5-ASA (5-aminosalicylic acid) and is normally the first line treatment for ulcerative colitis.
Weight loss (or bariatric) surgery treatments available at The London Clinic include a gastric balloon, and an adjustable gastric band. Major surgery options are: a sleeve gastrectomy (gastric sleeve); a gastric bypass; a duodenal switch.

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