Hepato-biliary-pancreatic surgery solves the problems of this area which require surgery to be treated. Among them we find:
- Gallbladder surgery
- Bile duct surgery (common bile duct)
- Liver resection of segments, including the hemiliver (half of the organ)
- Pancreatic head resection
- Resection of the body and the tail of the pancreas
- End of liver derivation
Sometimes this surgery is motivated by benign diseases but, unfortunately, sometimes it is also motivated by malignancies. However, advances in surgery have given all patients a glimmer of hope, including oncologic patients. These advances include better diagnostic methods, better anesthesia methods, new and more effective operative equipments and a greater knowledge of the postoperative management of these patients.
Laparoscopic CholecystectomyRemoval of the gallbladder using a video camera and a special material that allows surgeons to operate through small incisions.
Liver SurgeryTreatment using surgery for liver diseases that require resection for its treatment.
Ablation by radiofrequency in hepatic metastasisAblation by radiofrequency in patients with liver tumors.
CholedochotomyIt is the surgery in which the bile duct is cleaned due to the existence of stones inside.