Conditions we treat

Abdominal Sarcomas

Sarcomas are cancers that grow from soft tissue cells.

Abdominal Wall Incisional Hernias

A hernia is a weakness in the wall of the abdomen that can arise after multiple operations.

Advanced Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cancer in the UK

Anal Cancer

Tumours arising from cells lining the anal canal and are called squamous cell carcinomas.

Anal intra-epithelial neoplasia

The appearance of abnormal cells in the skin just inside or immediately outside the anus.

Appendix tumours

We’re a national specialist centre for the treatment of appendix tumours

Colon Cancer

Arises in the glands lining the large bowel (colon)

Colorectal Polyps

A colorectal polyp is a small growth that appears in the lining of the colon or rectum.

Neuro-Endocrine (Carcinoid) Tumours

Rare tumours that can affect the appendix, small bowel and the digestive system

Peritoneal Metastases from Colorectal Cancer

Colon and rectal cancer sometimes spread to the lining of the abdomen.

Pseudomyxoma Peritoneii (PMP)

This rare tumour commonly starts in the appendix.

Rare Tumours

We give advice and treatment to many other patients with other ‘rare abdominal tumours’

Rectal Cancer

When colon cancer affects the rectum it is called rectal cancer.

Small Bowel Cancers

The small bowel is about 6 metres long and plays an important role in digesting food.