Professor Shepherd in CHELTENHAM
Gastro-intestinal pathology • I am a nationally & internationally recognised expert in the field of gastro-intestinal pathology • My particular interests are in the diagnosis & prognosis of gastro-intestinal tumours, inflammatory bowel disease & Barrett's oesophagus • I have undertaken more than 200 medico-legal cases for plaintiffs & defendants, & have attended many courts • Erroneous & delayed pathological diagnoses make up a considerable proportion of cases
Mr Thompson in LONDON
General surgery, including emergency work • Gastric surgery • Oesophageal surgery • Pancreatic surgery • Gall bladder surgery • Bariatric (obesity) surgery • Laparoscopic surgery
Mr Evans in CHESTER
Laparoscopic surgery: laparoscopic cholecystectomy, diagnostic laparoscopy, laparoscopic antireflux surgery, laparoscopic appendicectomy • Abdominal wall & groin hernias, including inguinal, femoral & incisional hernias • Oesophageal & gastric cancer: investigation & treatment, including radical surgery • Emergency general surgery, including trauma, bowel perforation, peptic ulcer disease, gastrointestinal bleeding, acute pancreatitis • Diagnostic & therapeutic endoscopy, including gastroscopy...
Dr Hanson in WROUGHTON
Disorders of the digestive system • Inflammatory bowel disease • Irritable bowel syndrome • Post-infective irritable bowel syndrome • Acute gastrointestinal infections • Traveller's diarrhoea • Stress-related gastrointestinal disorders • Liver disorders • Endoscopy • Colonoscopy • ERCP • Biliary disease • Dyspepsia • All areas of gastroenterology
Mr Mehta in LEEDS
I have been a Consultant Surgeon at a large teaching hospital for the last 7 years, and I am an expert on all aspects of upper gastrointestinal and general/acute surgery, including oesophago-gastric cancer, weight loss surgery and minimally invasive surgery. I provide 10-15 reports a year, with an 80%:20% claimant:defendant ratio
Mr O'Leary in HAVANT
I have been a consultant surgeon in a large District General Hospital in Portsmouth for 20 years, with extensive experience in colorectal surgery and emergency general surgery, training and clinical research. I have been Clinical Director for Colorectal Surgery in Portsmouth and Chair of the Colorectal Site Specific Group in the South Central Cancer Network. I am committed to improving outcomes for patients undergoing major colorectal surgery through better perioperative management, minimally...
Mr Bohra in DERBY
Honorary Assistant Professor General surgery • Upper gastrointestinal surgery • Laparoscopic surgery • Bariatric surgery The medicolegal interest in surgical issues includes medicolegal reports, case management reporting, injury or trauma (including hernia, abdominal injuries, accident claim, emergency surgery, medical errors, medical negligence, clinical negligence and accident claims pertaining to general health care), symptoms, general surgical procedures and complications,...
Mr Galloway in MANCHESTER
Mr Galloway has a special clinical interest in upper gastro-intestinal disease, gallstones and laparoscopic cholecystectomy, achalasia, cancer of the oesophagus and stomach, reflux disease, heartburn and hiatus hernia treatments, laparoscopic fundoplication, inguinal hernia, umbilical hernia, femoral hernia, incisional hernia and recurrent hernias, open and laparoscopic surgery with mesh, endoscopy-gastroscopy sigmoidoscopy.
Mr Sagor in LONDON
I am Geoffrey Sagor MB ChB ChM FRCS, General Surgeon with a specialist interest in gastro-intestinal, gallstone, laparoscopic (keyhole) and hernia surgery. I graduated from Cape Town University Medical School with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree (MB ChB). I became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England by examination in 1972 (FRCS). I obtained a Master of Surgery degree (ChM)in 1982. (Title of thesis: The hormonal mechanism of intestinal adaptation)....
Mr Hayden in LEEDS
Matters of medical negligence, causation & liability, & personal injury in relation to: • Bariatric surgery • Gastric band • Sleeve gastrectomy • Gastric bypass • Gall-bladder surgery • Cholecystectomy • Antireflux surgery • Fundoplication • Hiatus hernia • Cardiomyotomy • Complications of surgery • Oesophageal & stomach cancer • Emergency general surgery • Appendicectomy
Mr Meleagros in LONDON
I have expertise and have prepared expert medico-legal reports in the following areas: • Laparoscopic and open colorectal surgery and complications • Laparoscopic, open, fundus first and subtotal cholecystectomy and complications • Laparoscopic and open inguinal hernia surgery • Bowel injury at gynaecological/surgical laparoscopic procedures • Anal sphincter injuries • Incisional and strangulated hernia • Appendicitis • Acute abdomen • Peritonitis • Diverticulitis • Intestinal fistula • Colovaginal fistula • Intestinal...
Dr Mahesh in MANCHESTER
Dr Mahesh has a clinical interest in dyspepsia (gastric and duodenal ulcer, reflux), Barrett's oesophagus, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), chronic abdominal pain, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), Crohn's and colitis, gastrointestinal cancer, diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy, and malnutrition, including complex gastrointestinal issues, obesity and malabsorption.
Mr Almond in BIRMINGHAM
Personal/occupational injury claims (abdominal trauma) Surgical negligence involving: • Emergency or elective general surgery (intestinal obstruction, peritonitis, appendicitis, abdominal pain, hernias) • Upper GI/hepatobiliary (gallbladder surgery, jaundice, splenectomy, hiatus hernia, reflux) • Sarcoma, adrenal tumours, GIST, neuroendocrine tumours • Endocrine surgery • Complications (anastomotic leak, ureteric injury) • Endoscopy, ERCP
Mr Skidmore in LONDON
Surgical oncology: cancer management (breast, gut, bowel, skin, lung, etc.) • Diagnostic endoscopy, surgical nutrition, intensive care • Trauma surgery, personal injury & clinical negligence evaluation & reporting • Specific topics include: • Back injury • Bioscience • Breast cancer • Gastroenterology • Health & safety • Health care • Neck injury • Oncology • Sports medicine • Surgery: abdomen, chest, hernia, vascular, emergency • Sarcoma • Thoracic surgery • Surgical shock • Surgical referral...
Dr Poller in PORTSMOUTH
Histopathology: specifically in thyroid pathology & cytology, gastrointestinal pathology & breast pathology. I have a particular interest in thyroid pathology & cytology as a member of various UK & international expert groups with a significant number of peer-reviewed publications. Visiting Associate Professor, UCL Cancer Centre, London.
Mr Sharma in MANCHESTER
Mr Sharma carries out elective and emergency surgery for issues pertaining to the gall bladder, small and large bowel and appendix. He has a special interest in colonoscopy, laparoscopic and minimally invasive surgery for colorectal cancer, small bowel malignancies, diverticular disease, inflammatory bowel disease, pelvic floor pathology, intrarectal intussusception, sphincter reconstruction, transanal microsurgery, surgery for incisional hernia and early rectal cancer.
Dr Bowling in NOTTINGHAM
Gastroenterology • Endoscopy • Nutritional support • Intestinal failure & enterocutaneous fistulae • Nutritional failure
Mr Lordan in TUNBRIDGE WELLS
As a Consultant Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary (HPB), Sarcoma & Multi-organ Retrieval for Transplantation Surgeon, Mr Lordan has a variety of specialist interests, including: general and upper GI surgery, HPB (liver and pancreas) surgery, gallbladder/bile duct surgery, soft tissue (sarcoma) cancers, liver and pancreatic disease, skin sarcoma and melanoma, oncological and cancer surgery, minimal access surgery (robotic/laparoscopic surgery) and liver transplant and multi-organ retrieval surgery.
Professor Jayne in LEEDS
Expert witness & medico-legal reports concerning the diagnosis & management of the following • General surgical patients, acute & elective • Gastrointestinal surgery, benign & malignant • Coloproctology • Laparoscopic & minimally invasive surgery • Gastrointestinal endoscopy • Surgical nutrition
Mr Holme in HITCHIN
General & emergency surgery • Cancer diagnosis & treatment • Gall bladder surgery, including laparoscopic cholecystectomy • Hernia surgery • Colorectal surgery & diagnosis • Emergency surgery & complications • Cholecystectomy • Bowel resection • Complications of general surgery
Professor O'Dwyer in MANCHESTER
Professor O'Dwyer has developed a specialist practice in surgical oncology, managing rectal cancer, colon cancer and rare gastrointestinal cancers, including neuroendocrine and anal cancers. She is a leader in peritoneal surface malignancy, treating patients with cytoreductive surgery and intraperitoneal chemotherapy.
Dr Glynn in LONDON
Medico-legal work for plaintiff & defendant (and also independent reports for NHS Trust & Coroners) in the areas of: • Gastroenterology • Gastrointestinal endoscopy • Liver disease • Inflammatory bowel disease • Ulcerative colitis • Crohn's disease • Clinical nutrition • Hepatitis • Viral hepatitis
Professor Mughal in LONDON
General surgery: abdominal wall hernias, emergencies such as acute appendicitis, bowel perforation, complications of open and keyhole surgery • Upper gastrointestinal surgery: cancer of the oesophagus and stomach, hiatus hernia and anti-reflux surgery, complications of upper GI surgery, biliary injury, complications of bariatric surgery • Thyroid surgery: thyroid cancer, thyroid lumps, and complications of thyroid surgery • Director of Surgical Oncology, Cleveland Clinic London
Dr Gimson in CAMBRIDGE
Extensive experience of indications for & management of acute & chronic liver diseases in hospital practice • Management of disorders of the bile ducts & pancreas & their appropriate investigation • Experience of the problems associated with endoscopy & endoscopic therapeutic techniques, including ERCP • Experienced in the assessment, investigation & management of patients requiring adult liver transplantation • Extensive list of published peer review articles, review articles, book chapters & proceedings