Information About General Surgery Procedures

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Acid reflux (GERD) is a condition that is caused when stomach acid irritates the esophagus, causing a painful, burning sensation in the chest.

Appendicitis is a serious condition in which the appendix becomes inflamed, and an appendectomy may be needed to remove the infected appendix.

Colon or colorectal surgery may be performed for numerous reasons such as treating colon or rectal diseases, and for treating colon cancer.

Gallbladder removal surgery is performed on patients suffering from painful or persistent gallstones in order to prevent future problems.

Hernia repair surgery removes a hernia that has pushed through the abdominal wall and is causing significant pain or damage to the patient.

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