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2018/07/30

By Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York

A hernia is a condition characterized by the abnormal exit of tissue or an organ through the wall of the cavity in which it normally resides. In most instances, hernias tend to develop somewhere between the chest and hips.

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2018/06/27

By Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York

If you have been recommended for gallbladder surgery, you are probably wondering about the recovery process. After all, even though it is performed using a minimally-invasive technique, it is still a medical surgery. Fortunately, for most patients the recovery from this type of surgery is fairly simple. Learn these top tips for recovering from gallbladder surgery. 
 
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2018/05/25

By Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York

Obesity can cause a number of health consequences. Oftentimes, diet and exercise alone are not enough to enough weight for a healthier lifestyle. Weight loss surgery can help patients lose weight and gain control of their health. Learn more here.
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2018/04/23

By Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York

Bariatric surgery is a serious solution for people who are suffering from obesity or weight-related health problems and who have failed to lose weight using traditional methods. There are multiple varieties of the surgery including gastric bypass, gastric band, and gastric sleeve, but all have the same ultimate goal, to reduce the amount of food that the patient can consume so that they can lose weight. However, a reduction in the number on the scales is just one of the benefits of bariatric surgery. Most obesity studies recognize that patients who lose weight find that it has a positive impact on a variety of areas of their health and quality of life. Bariatric surgery benefits include:
 
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2018/03/21

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GERD, also known as acid reflux, is directly influenced by the food you eat. Learn the best diet for combatting GERD.
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2018/02/22

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Stomach resection surgery, also sometimes known as a gastrectomy, is a medical procedure that involves surgically removing part of the stomach. It is a serious operation, and the recovery from conventional stomach resection surgery can be lengthy. However, innovations in the techniques used in modern surgical procedures means that stomach resection surgery can now be performed laparoscopically, dramatically reducing the risk of complications and the prolonged recovery period associated with the conventional variety of the surgery. 
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2018/01/22

By Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York

Gallstones are a common problem, affecting approximately 12% of the United States population. They are also the primary disorder affecting the body’s biliary system, which is the network of organs and ducts that create, transport, store and release bile that aids our digestion.
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2017/12/20

By Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York

Inflammatory bowel disease, typically ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease, can cause severe inflammation of the digestive tract, and lead to more serious consequences. Learn how laparoscopic surgery can help you treat your inflammatory bowel disease with fewer risks and a quicker recovery.
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2017/11/27

By Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York

Have you recently been told that you need colon surgery? You are probably weighing your options between traditional colon surgery or laparoscopic colon surgery. Learn about the many benefits of colon surgery, like faster recoveries, lesser risk of infection, and more.
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2017/10/23

By Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York

For certain surgeries there are some limitations on the precision and control in which a surgeon can operate. Robot-assisted surgery can enhance the capability for laparoscopic surgeons, and help provide the patient with the best surgical experience possible.

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