Laparoscopic surgery is a specialized technique in which small incisions and video assisted visualization are used for surgery. Learn what to expect.
Colorectal surgery involves the colon, the rectum, or other parts of the lower digestive tract. Learn more, reviewed by our board-certified surgeons.
Find out about the pros and cons of laparoscopic versus open cholecystectomy; learn what to expect before and after a gallbladder removal procedure.
Learn about the benefits and risks of robotic surgery; find out what to expect before, during and after a robotic assisted surgery procedure.
Stomach ulcer surgery is used when peptic ulcer disease causes pain or bleeding that doesn't improve with non-surgical therapies. Learn what it entails.
Hernia repair surgery entails returning displaced tissue back into the body. Learn all about this surgery. Reviewed by board-certified surgeons.
Gallbladder surgery (cholecystectomy) removes the gallbladder. Surgery may be minimally invasive or open. Reviewed by our board-certified surgeons.
Treatment options for pancreatic cancer are limited, and may include surgery, chemotherapy, clinical trials, and palliative care to control symptoms.
Varicocele surgery is used to treat enlarged veins in the scrotum. Learn more about preparation and recovery. Reviewed by our board-certified surgeons.
Gallbladder surgery entails removing a patient's gallbladder. Read about what happens during the procedure. Reviewed by our board-certified surgeons.