Mr Adrian Fawcett: General surgery
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Mr Adrian Fawcett

General surgery

 

  • Fee assured
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Specialises in

  • Lower GI surgery

About me

I graduated in 1989, and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1993. My Masters degree was granted in 2000, and I began my Consultant practice in 2001

Areas of interest

Colorectal (bowel) cancer; Colorectal surgery (lower GI); Bowel disease including inflammatory (IBD); Endoscopic procedures; Rectal bleeding; Haemorrhoids; Anal fissures; Anal skin tags; Hernia surgery

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Procedures completed

  • H2510

    Rigid sigmoidoscopy (including proctoscopy and biopsy) - (>50)

    New Victoria Hospital (5-50) Parkside Hospital (5-50)

  • X3510

    IV sedation administered by operator - (5-50)

    New Victoria Hospital (1-5)

  • H2002

    Diagnostic colonoscopy, includes forceps biopsy of colon and ileum - (5-50)

    New Victoria Hospital (1-5)

  • H5230

    Injection of sclerosing substance into haemorrhoids - (5-50)

    New Victoria Hospital (1-5)

  • H2502

    Diagnostic flexible sigmoidoscopy (including forceps biopsy and proctoscopy) - (5-50)

  • H5510

    Laying open of low anal fistula (fistulotomy) +/- insertion of stitch (including sigmoidoscopy) - (1-5)

    New Victoria Hospital (1-5)

  • T2010

    Primary repair of inguinal hernia - bilateral - (1-5)

    New Victoria Hospital (1-5)

  • T2400

    Repair of umbilical hernia (irrespective of age) - (1-5)

  • G8082

    Diagnostic oesophago-gastro-duodenoscopy (OGD) and immediate colonoscopy includes forceps biopsies, biopsy test and dye spray (as sole procedure) - (1-5)

  • H1000

    Excision of sigmoid colon - (1-5)

  • H5800

    Drainage through perineal region (including ischio-rectal abscess) (including sigmoidoscopy) - (1-5)

    New Victoria Hospital (1-5)

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