Department of Surgery
Gall stones are solid particles that form from bile cholesterol and bilirubin in the gall bladder. Is surgery the best treatment for removing gall stones, and what are the things to look out for during the recovery period?
Tune in to 938Now's Body & Soul now to hear A/Prof Iyer Shridhar Ganpathi, Head & Senior Consultant, Division of Hepatobiliary & Pancreatic Surgery share insights! You can also listen to the encore this evening at 5-6pm, 5th June 2018
Dr Alfred Kow (Senior Consultant, USC and NCIS) recounts the story of his patient who was a chronic hepatitis B carrier. She went for a health screening after her sister was diagnosed with liver cancer. The patient subsequently went through a surgery to remove a tumour. When she came back for her appointment during the CNY period, the patient presented Dr Kow with a handicraft basket she made using recycled materials.
Lianhe Wanbao, Page P1, Monday, 7 May 2018, Local, NUH.
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