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An anal fistula can cause continued infection and pain. Symptoms usually get worse without surgery. The operation is usually performed under a general anaesthetic but various anaesthetic techniques are possible. The operation usually takes 15 to 30 minutes.
A bronchoscopy is usually a safe and effective way of finding out if there is a problem in your airways.
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.
A colonoscopy is usually a safe and effective way of finding out if there is a problem with your large bowel. 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.
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.
An endoscopic ultrasound is usually a safe and effective way of finding out more about a problem in the lining of your upper digestive system and in structures beneath the lining.
A flexible sigmoidoscopy is usually a safe and effective way of finding out if there is a problem with the lower part of your large bowel. An All-inclusive package for this treatment is available from £1,545.
Inserting a gastric balloon is usually a safe and effective way of helping you achieve long-term weight loss if a simple approach involving eating less, improving your diet and doing more exercise does not work.
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.
An upper GI endoscopy (gastroscopy) is usually a safe and effective way of finding out if there is a problem with the upper part of your digestive system. The procedure looks at the inside of your oesophagus (gullet), stomach and duodenum using a flexible telescope. An all-inclusive package for this treatment is available from £1,590.
Banding is usually a safe and effective way of treating haemorrhoids when simple measures have failed.
The London Clinic can perform surgery to physically remove the haemorrhoids and repair any damaged tissue. An all-inclusive package for this treatment is available from £3,335.
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.
Surgery to join the two ends of your large bowel back together should allow you to open your bowels in the normal way. You will no longer need a stoma bag.
Surgery to join the two ends of your bowel back together should allow you to open your bowels in the normal way. You will no longer need a stoma bag.
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.
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.
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. The drug works by being in contact with the bowel lining. Mesalazine suppositories, foam, or liquid enema (topical therapy). Often tablets and topical treatment are used together. Steroids are sometimes needed to control flare-ups of inflammation for short periods. Immunosuppressants: strong medicines that decrease the activity of the body's immune system. Azathioprine and mercaptopurine are the most commonly used drugs in ulcerative colitis. Ciclosporine and methotrexate are also sometimes used. Biological therapies: infliximab (Remicade®) is an inhibitor of tumour necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha), which is a molecule that stimulates inflammation. Infliximab is sometimes used as a ‘rescue therapy’ in people with acute severe ulcerative colitis in an attempt to avoid surgery.
An upper GI endoscopy is usually a safe and effective way of finding out if there is a problem with the upper part of your digestive system. The procedure looks at the inside of your oesophagus (gullet), stomach and duodenum using a flexible telescope.
An upper gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy is a procedure to look at the inside of your oesophagus (gullet), stomach and duodenum using a flexible telescope. A colonoscopy is a procedure to look at the inside of your large bowel (colon) using a flexible telescope.
Weight loss (or bariatric) surgery at The London Clinic is performed by highly experienced and skilled weight loss surgeons using the latest techniques and equipment, backed up by the excellent clinical care.

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