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GASTROENTEROLOGY

WHAT IS GASTROENTEROLOGY?

Gastroenterology is a part of healthcare that deals with normal function and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. This includes diseases of the oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon and rectum, and also relates to the healthcare of Hepatobiliary dealing in pancreas, gallbladder, bile ducts and liver (for further information on Hepatobiliary, please click here). Since health problems in these body parts can happen to everyone, gastrointestinal health is important.

WHY CHOOSE AIMIS FOR GASTROINTESTINAL SURGERY:

Gastrointestinal surgery is technically delicate and complex and requires experienced surgeons with a specific skill set. AIMIS offer gastrointestinal interventions by leading International experts in the field. During a surgical procedure, the latest robotic equipment for innovative minimally invasive techniques are applied, meaning necessary manipulations with surgical precision are made without making large incisions. These minimally invasive techniques minimize postoperative complications associated with invasive (or open) surgeries, as well as assist the patient’s swift recuperation.

BENEFITS OF CHOOSING MINIMALLY INVASIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR GASTROINTESTINAL PROCEDURES:
  • Small Incisions – Minimal Surgical Scars
  • Faster Return to Daily Activities
  • Reduced Trauma to the Body
  • Reduced post-operative complication
  • Reduced Risk of Infections
  • Less Post-Operative Pain
  • Quicker Recovery Time
  • Shorter Hospitalization
  • Fewer Complications
  • Little or No Blood Loss
AIMIS’S GASTROINTESTINAL DIVISION FOCUSES ON:

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UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL (UPPER GI) AREAS:

GASTRO-OESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE, OESOPHAGITIS (INFLAMMATION OF THE LINING OF THE OESOPHAGUS)

GASTRO-OESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE, OESOPHAGITIS (INFLAMMATION OF THE LINING OF THE OESOPHAGUS)

Gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a condition where the lower oesophageal sphincter is abnormally ...

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DYSKINESIA OF OESOPHAGUS (ABNORMAL INVOLUNTARY MOVEMENTS OF OESOPHAGUS)

DYSKINESIA OF OESOPHAGUS (ABNORMAL INVOLUNTARY MOVEMENTS OF OESOPHAGUS)

The oesophagus is the tube that conveys food from the throat down to the stomach. Abnormal involuntary ...

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ACHALASIA OF CARDIA

ACHALASIA OF CARDIA

The oesophagus is the tube that conveys food from the throat down to the stomach. Achalasia is a condition in which the muscles of the lower part ...

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ULCERS (OESOPHAGUS, GASTRIC, DUODENAL)

ULCERS (OESOPHAGUS, GASTRIC, DUODENAL)

Peptic ulcers are breaks or wounds in the lining of the parts of the upper gut that are exposed to stomach acid.
They occur in the stomach ...

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OBSTRUCTIONS-STENOSIS / STRICTURE OF ESOPHAGUS (BLOCKAGE OR NARROWING OF THE ESOPHAGUS)

OBSTRUCTIONS-STENOSIS / STRICTURE OF ESOPHAGUS (BLOCKAGE OR NARROWING OF THE ESOPHAGUS)

The oesophagus is the tube that conveys food from the throat down to the stomach. Obstruction or Stenosis ...

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UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL (LOWER GI) AREAS:

CROHN'S DISEASE

CROHN'S DISEASE

Crohn's disease is a chronic, or long lasting, disease that causes inflammation, irritation or swelling ...

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ULCERATIVE COLITIS

ULCERATIVE COLITIS

Ulcerative colitis is best described as the result of an abnormal response by the immune system of the ...

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OTHER COLITIS (RADIATION, TOXIC, ALLERGIC)

OTHER COLITIS (RADIATION, TOXIC, ALLERGIC)

There are several different types of Colitis, all of which are characterized by an inflammation ...

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DIVERTICULAR DISEASE OF INTESTINE

DIVERTICULAR DISEASE OF INTESTINE

Diverticular disease and diverticulitis are related digestive conditions that affect ...

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INTESTINAL ISCHEMIA (VASCULAR DISORDERS OF INTESTINE)

INTESTINAL ISCHEMIA (VASCULAR DISORDERS OF INTESTINE)

Intestinal ischemia describes a variety of conditions that occur when blood flow ...

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ANUS AND RECTUM DISEASES

ANUS AND RECTUM DISEASES

The anus is the opening at the end of the digestive tract where stool leaves the body. The rectum is the section ...

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