Professor Peter Lodge

Professor Jeremy Peter Alan Lodge

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Last updated: 12 Nov 2020

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About me

Prof Peter Lodge is internationally renowned for his work in liver and bile duct surgery. He has created a major hepatobiliary service in Leeds, taking referrals from all around the U.K. and from abroad, including other major hepatobiliary centres. He provides a service for difficult liver tumours, often taking on cases considered to be inoperable elsewhere, and he also deals with complex biliary strictures and injuries to the liver and bile ducts. He has carried out more than 3000 laparoscopic cholecystectomies, 2500 liver resections, 1250 bile duct reconstructions and 950 liver transplants. Prof Lodge also carries out bariatric surgery. Prof Lodge runs a research laboratory team with active work currently pursuing improvements in organ preservation for transplantation, as well as nanotechnology and the psychological aspects of surgical learning. He has more than 240 papers in peer reviewed journals on topics related to hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery and transplantation surgery and science and has written 28 book chapters, including “Liver” in the most recent edition of Gray’s Anatomy.

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Cholecystectomy (surgery); Hernia (surgery); Hepatobiliary(surgery); Laparoscopic (surgery; Transplantation; Bariatric (surgery)

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