Key hole (laparoscopic surgery)

Key hole surgery is done via small incisions on the abdominal wall. Most operations on the abdomen can be done via keyhole surgery. This causes less pain after operation, early recovery and early return to work, in most cases.

Keyhole surgery gives excellent cosmetic results and causes less scar tissue in the abdomen as compared to open surgery. Scar tissue in the abdomen can cause abdominal pain, discomfort and symptoms of bowel obstruction.

Mr Anwar is laparoscopic/ keyhole enthusiast. His conversion rates from keyhole to open surgery are some of the lowest and the best in the country. He performs keyhole surgery for complex bowel cancers, disorders leading to constipation, simple and complex hernias and gall bladder surgery.

Mr Anwar performed the first keyhole pouch operation for colitis in Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.

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Mr Anwar doing repair of difficult parastomal hernia