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Minimally Invasive Surgery
Minimally Invasive Surgery Minimally invasive surgery, also known as laparoscopic or keyhole surgery is an approach which allows surgeons to perform general and specialty surgical procedures with small incisions. A few ¼ to ½ inch ...
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Minimally Invasive Surgery Laparoscopic, Keyhole Surgery General Office Hours: M-F, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Office Location: 256-B, Mason Avenue, 2nd Floor Staten Island, NY 10305 Appointments, Test & Lab Results: Tel: 718.226.1300 Fax: 718.226.1259
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Surgery of the stomach
Minimally Invasive Surgery - Surgery of the stomach Patients may require the placement of a feeding tube due to illness and an inability to swallow safely. Typically, these tubes are placed via endoscopy by a gastroenterologist; however, situations ...
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Surgery of the spleen
Minimally Invasive Surgery - Surgery of the spleen Removal of the spleen (splenectomy) is indicated in certain blood disorders which have failed medical therapy. Examples of such diseases are Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP), hereditary ...
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Surgery of the adrenal gland
Minimally Invasive Surgery - Surgery of the adrenal gland The adrenal glands sit on top of both kidneys in the body. They are responsible for producing many hormones which we need to live. They are most known for producing adrenaline and enable us to ...
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Surgery of the colon (large intestine)
Minimally Invasive Surgery - Surgery of the colon (large intestine) There are benign and malignant (cancerous) diseases of the colon, for which surgery is needed. The most common benign disease of the colon is called diverticulosis. Diverticulosis is ...
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Surgery of the small intenstine
Minimally Invasive Surgery - Surgery of the small intestine Patients can sometimes require the placement of a feeding tube in the beginning part of the small intestine to receive nutrition. This is particularly true if the stomach cannot be used or ...
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Surgery of the esophagus
Minimally Invasive Surgery - Surgery of the esophagus Benign diseases of the esophagus include severe GERD and achalasia. GERD (reflux of stomach acid into the esophagus) is often treated with acid blocking medication (common examples include ...
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Hernias
Minimally Invasive Surgery - Hernias A hernia is defined as an organ or fat which is protruding through an opening in the wall that normally holds it back. The most common of these is the inguinal (groin) hernia, but here are a few others including ...
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Minimally Invasive Surgery
Advanced Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship Introduction Dr. Karen E. Gibbs is the Program Director of the Staten Island University Hospital's Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) Fellowship. Fellowship at Staten Island University Hospital The SIUH ...
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