Conditions involving the small intestine (middle of the gut) are treated by our colorectal surgeons including small bowel Crohn's disease; rarer tumours both benign and malignant; unusual sources of bleeding; and tumour involvement from other abdominal and pelvic malignancies. Patients undergoing chemotherapy who develop abdominal problems are frequently assessed and operated on when indicated. Our surgeons work in close conjunction with the specialist oncology doctors and nurses in Ross Hall Hospital. As well as dedicated colorectal surgeons our specialists are also fully trained general surgeons with over thirty years combined consultant experience in all aspects of emergency general surgery.
Pilonidal sinus, anal warts, anal incontinence along with rarer conditions such as anal intraepithelial neoplasia (AIN) and anal Paget's disease are all assessed and treated at the Institute.