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Dr George Webster reporting on exciting new technique for bile duct problems

June 10, 2016

Dr George Webster reports on exciting advances in the diagnosis and treatment of bile duct problems that have been highlighted in a recent article in the Sunday Times. Spyglass cholangioscopy allows more detailed views inside the bile duct than have ever been achieved before, using a tiny 1mm camera on the end of an thin endoscope. This then allows difficult stones to be broken up and removed, and the investigation of possible bile duct cancer. Dr Webster from University College Hospital, who sees patients privately through The Physicians Clinic, has the largest experience of this new technique in the UK, and in the article reports the technique as a significant advance in patient care. For the full article, see: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3555243/Revolutionary-technique-spares-patients-time-consuming-surgery-blasting-painful-gallstones-powerful-shockwaves.html

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