Mr Abhay Chopada: General surgery
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Mr Abhay Chopada

General surgery

 

  • Fee assured
  • Accredited endoscopist
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Specialises in

  • General
  • Lower GI surgery

Bupa specialist

  • Accredited endoscopist

About me

Mr Abhay Chopada is a Consultant Colorectal and General Surgeon and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Imperial College School of Medicine.



He has a special interest in colorectal and general surgery especially in the management of rectal bleeding, hernia surgery, abdominal problems, colon cancer, laparoscopic gallbladder and colonic surgery.



Mr Chopada is an expert in endoscopy offering upper GI Endoscopy (OGD) and Colonoscopy.



He has a strong academic background and has published several research papers in General Surgery and Coloproctology especially in angiogenesis of colon cancer. He is also deeply involved in teaching medical students and is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College School of Medicine, London.

Areas of interest

Haemorrhoid; hernia surgery;gallbladder surgery;colon cancer surgery; Management of Inflammatory bowel disease; Colitis;Management of rectal bleeding ;Anal fissure; Anal fistula; Pilonidal sinus; Laparoscopic(Keyhole) Surgery;Colonic Polyps; Colonoscopy; Sigmoidoscopy

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