Biliary Disease is an organ and a system of structures with narrow tubes, or any number of interconnected components in a system interconnected together in the production, storage, and transfer of bile. This is referred to as the biliary system. Other names for this system include the biliary tract or the biliary tree. The Endoscopy at Brownsville is the center of excellence for this kind of disease for the prevention, and maintenance of a healthy gut. It also caters to Gerd and Heartburn Treatment at Brooklyn to prevent complications of gastrointestinal diseases. 

Diseases of the biliary system are grouped together under the umbrella term “biliary disease.” The creation of bile and its transit are both handled by the biliary system, which includes the bile ducts, the gallbladder, and any other relevant structures.  

The liver is responsible for producing bile, which is a fluid that assists in digestion. The bile travels from the liver to the duodenum via the bile ducts, and then it finally makes its way back to the liver via the bile ducts. It is possible for a number of dangerous disorders to develop as a consequence of this intricate system’s ducts being sick or obstructed. 

Symptoms 

Symptoms of bile duct disorders might vary depending on the specific disease, but the following are examples of symptoms that are shared by many of the conditions: 

Tests and Diagnosis 

Treatment 

The diagnosis has a significant role in determining the treatment. Some of the treatments are as follows: 

Doral Health offers single-incision laparoscopic cholecystectomies for patients in need of cholecystectomies (removal of the gallbladder). During this operation, the surgeons perform their work through a single port that is positioned in an incision that has been made on the patient’s belly button. This port has three separate apertures. The surgeon is able to use all three laparoscopic instruments at the same time thanks to the flexible port. When compared to standard laparoscopic operations, which may leave anywhere from three to four minor scars that are still visible, the scar that may arise from this procedure may be almost undetectable or barely visible at all. In addition, patients who undergo single-incision laparoscopic surgery typically have shorter hospital stays and require a far smaller quantity of pain medication after the procedure. 

 

 

If you’re feeling any of these symptoms, you can seek medical consultation with the Gastroenterologists from our very own specialist at Doral Health and Wellness clinic located at 1797 Pitkin Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11212. Gastroenterologists are top of their field from diagnosis to treatment, especially in the Endoscopy Treatment Center at Brooklyn. The Colonoscopy Doctor at Brooklyn is also available. Schedule an appointment and get that special care they deserve by calling 347-868-1016 

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