Professor Muntzer Mughal

General surgery


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Specialises in

  • Endocrine
  • General
  • Upper GI surgery

About me

I qualified from Manchester Medical School in 1977 and trained in General Surgery in the North West of England. I was appointed Senior Lectures/Hon. Consultant at Hope Hospital in Salford in 1991 and developed an interest in oesophago-gastric and minimally invasive surgery. In 1992 I took up a Consultant post at the Royal Preston Hospital where I established a specialist unit in oesophago-gastric surgery. This was chosen to be the centre for the Lancashire & South Cumbria Cancer network in 2009. In 2011 I was invited to be the Head of Upper GI Services at University College Hospitals, London. In 2012 I was appointed Honorary Clinical Professor at University College, London. I specialise in complex upper GI surgery.

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Biliary disease;Gallstones;Cholecystitis; Oesophageal cancer;Stomach cancer:Gastro-oesophageal reflux; Dysphagia;Dyspepsia: Endocrine surgery;Gastro-intestinal tract (surgery);Laparoscopic procedures ('keyhole surgery') Incisional hernia;inguinal hernia;Hiatus hernia;Achalasia;Re-operation for failed antireflux surgery;Complications of upper GI surgery;Oesophageal reconstruction; Oesophageal fistula;Tracheo-oesophageal fistula;Thyroid and parathyroid surgery

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