This condition affects muscles and nerves in your digestive tract and causes food to back up in your esophagus.
This condition occurs when your appendix becomes infected. Severe appendicitis is dangerous because the infected appendix can rupture and cause sepsis.
Barrett’s esophagus is a serious, long-term complication of chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). This precancerous condition results from irritation in the esophagus that develops after persistent contact with stomach acid.
Benign (non-cancerous) tumors can sometimes form in your esophagus. Benign tumors grow slowly and aren't usually cause for concern. However, sometimes they become large enough to create a blockage (obstruction) or put pressure on other organs, needing to be addresses surgically.
Benign small bowel disease
Our breast cancer surgery specialists care for your whole self: your breasts, your entire body, and your mind. Our compassionate, skilled surgeons tailor their approach to your personal preferences and needs, helping you make the treatment choices that are best for you. Our surgeons help our patients with diabetes through our bariatric and medical weight loss program.
Dysphagia is a swallowing disorder that causes difficulty or pain while swallowing or attempting to swallow.
The gallbladder is the organ under the liver that stores bile as it moves from the liver to the intestine. Gallbladder surgery, also known as cholecystectomy, is a procedure we perform often for the many people who have gallbladder cancer, gallstones, and related conditions.