Professor Gupta in BIRMINGHAM
I practice general obstetrics & gynaecology with special interests in minimal access "keyhole" surgery (laparoscopic, hysteroscopic & endoscopic surgery) • My expertise is in benign gynaecology, which incorporates menstrual disorders such as menorrhagia (heavy periods), fibroids & endometriosis • Past Trustee for Endometriosis UK
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 Thomas in SHEFFIELD
Surgery • Gastroenterology • Hepatobiliary surgery • Pancreatic surgery • Endocrine surgery • Hernia
Professor McMahon in LEEDS
Minimally invasive surgery & laparoscopic surgery • Surgery of gall bladder, biliary tract, liver & pancreas • Surgery of oesophagus, stomach & duodenum • General surgery, including the surgery of hernia repair • The management of inflammatory conditions of the pancreas • Nutritional support & intravenous nutrition • Surgical instruments • Laparoscopic instruments • Trocars & cannulas • Obesity surgery
Mr Sarela in LEEDS
Obesity • Weight loss surgery • Bariatric surgery • Gastric band • Gastric bypass • Sleeve gastrectomy • Gastric balloon • Laparoscopic surgery • Minimally invasive surgery • Keyhole surgery • Acid reflux • Anti-reflux surgery • Hiatus hernia surgery • Fundoplication • Gallstones • Gall bladder • Cholecystectomy • Bile leakage • Bile duct injury • Hernia • Cancer of the oesophagus • Oesophagectomy • Cancer of the stomach • Gastrectomy • Achalasia • Cardiomyotomy • Spleen • Splenectomy • Appendicitis • Appendicectomy • Intestinal obstruction • Peritonitis • ...
Mr Sagor in ST ALBANS
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 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