Dr. Rafael Villalobos Mori
• More than 10 years of experience• General Surgery Specialist in your own private practice (today) • Specialist in General Surgery at the center Avantmèdic (present)• Head of Abdominal Wall Unit and CMA University Hospital Arnau de Vilanova in Lleida (2015-present)• Director of the pathology of the abdominal wall and collaborator in Hepatobiliopancreatic Surgery at the Hospital Universitari Arnau de Vilanova in Lleida (2009-present)• Collaborator in General Surgery at the Hospital de Barcelona (2009-present)• Collaborator in General Surgery Clinic Tres Torres (2009-present)• Collaborator in General Surgery at the Remei Clinic (2009-present)• Collaborator in General Surgery Clinic Creu Blanca (2009-present)• Specialist in General Surgery at the University Hospital Vall d'Hebron in Barcelona (2004-2009)• MIR in General and Digestive Surgery by the Department of Surgery at the University Hospital Vall d'Hebron in Barcelona• Emergency physician at the Hospital of Vic (2003-2004) ...
• Professor of Surgery at the Faculty of Human Medicine at the University of Lleida (present)• He has directed courses laparoscopic surgery of the abdominal wall in the Hospital Universitari Arnau de Vilanova and abroad (Trevoux-France and York-Britain)
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of San Marcos in Lima, dean of Peru and Latin America (1993-2000)• Specialist in General and Digestive Surgery • Specific training in advanced laparoscopic surgery at the prestigious Hospital Mutualista Montsouris, Paris, through a grant from the Spanish Association of Surgeons• Member of the Catalan Surgery Wall is currently working on a National Registry of Eventrations• Group member Experimental Surgery IRB Lleida ...
Publications and conferences
• Author and co-author of publications in national and international journals• He has participated in numerous courses, conferences and symposia at national and international level
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The abdominal wall surgery is surgery that improves the appearance of the abdominal muscles and flabby, stretched skin. Beyond the aesthetic function, The abdominal wall surgery is surgery that improves the appearance of the abdominal muscles and flabby, stretched skin. Beyond the aesthetic function, abdominal wall surgery is a procedure used to correct hernias in which the intestine protrudes through a weakness in the abdominal muscles. Today, most operations are performed using laparoscopic surgery. ...
A hernia is the output of an abdominal organ (typically intestine) through a hole in the abdominal wall, which may be weakened by previous surgery. Th A hernia is the output of an abdominal organ (typically intestine) through a hole in the abdominal wall, which may be weakened by previous surgery. The hernia manifests itself in the form of lump or deformity under the skin in the scar, which closed poorly by bleeding, abscess or uncontrolled efforts. In general, a hernia does not cause symptoms, but over time may enlarge and cause pain during exercise or after eating. The main complication arises when the body is throttled by the orifice through which comes out and cuts the blood circulation, in which case it requires immediate surgery practice. The intervention can be open or minimally invasive by laparoscopy, and consists of the reintroduction into the abdomen and externalized part in reinforcing the wall that contains it (with their own fabrics, mesh or prosthesis). ...
Gallbladder surgery the surgical procedure is performed to remove the gallbladder, an organ located in the bottom serving liver and bile reserve. Gallbladder surgery the surgical procedure is performed to remove the gallbladder, an organ located in the bottom serving liver and bile reserve. Removal is indicated when the patient has pain or symptoms caused by the formation of calculi (stones) in the gallbladder. Gallbladder operation can be minimally invasive or open. In the first case, the surgeon will make three or four incisions in the abdomen and one of the holes, insert a laparoscope (a thin, lighted tube connected to a camera that allows the inside of the cavity) and other instruments for the procedure. Then also gas with a needle inserted to expand the abdomen and cut the bile duct and blood vessels that lead to the gallbladder. Finally, it will remove the organ. When the disease is more severe or there are complications during gallbladder surgery, it performed an open operation. This involves making a small cut in the abdomen to open it and remove the gallbladder through the incision. ...
Hiatal hernia is a condition that occurs when a portion of the stomach rises into the chest, through an opening located in the diaphragm, the wall tha Hiatal hernia is a condition that occurs when a portion of the stomach rises into the chest, through an opening located in the diaphragm, the wall that separates the chest from the abdomen. When the stomach moves into the chest, said gap loses its function and gastroesophageal reflux occurs, ie, the stomach contents back into the esophagus and irritate. The symptoms caused by this condition may be burning in the chest or throat, hoarseness, hoarseness, asthma or respiratory problems. The symptoms worsen after eating, during sleep or flex the trunk. Treatment for hiatal hernia depends on its severity, and sometimes does not require any type of therapy. In mild cases, the purpose is to control symptoms that improve with dietary measures and postural changes such as raising the head of the bed. In severe cases you can opt for the operation of a hiatal hernia, which is usually performed with the technique of fundoplication (minimally invasive laparoscopy). ...
An inguinal hernia occurs when a portion of an abdominal organ (typically the intestine) goes through a hole in a weak zone that contains the wall and form a bulge under the skin at the groin area. The inguinal hernia can be direct, manifested in the anterior abdominal wall, with oval appearance reducible, or indirectly, often reach the scrotum. The most obvious symptom is a swelling in the groin, which can cause pain, increasing with the effort, but it can also happen that the patient does not present any bulk and only discomfort in the area walking or make efforts. The danger of inguinal hernia occurs when the intestine is strangled by the hole and blood circulation (strangulated hernia) is cut, which can cause a tear in the body and cause peritonitis (inflammation of the membrane lining the wall abdomen and abdominal organs). The prescribed treatment is an inguinal hernia operation, which involves the reintroduction into the abdomen and externalized part in reinforcing the wall that contains it with their own fabrics, mesh or prosthesis. Surgery may be open in the groin or minimally invasive in the abdomen by laparoscopy. ...
Laparoscopy is a surgical technique inspection of the abdominal cavity that does not require large incisions. During the laparoscopic surgical procedure, the abdomen is introduced into a laparoscope, which is a tube containing an optical system coupled to a light source. The camera allows the doctor to inspect, from a monitor, the pelvic organs and, if necessary, introduce other instruments through the same laparoscope to correct any problems. The benefits of laparoscopic surgery are numerous, so it is applied in various fields. In urology shorter hospital stay and recovery is required, there is less chance of infectious complications, decreases postoperative pain and no visible scarring. In gynecology it is used for inspection of certain diseases or gynecological processes: cysts, fibroids, hysterectomy, pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, etc. Moreover, laparoscopy is used in other medical specialties and processes such as prostate cancer, the varicele or some kidney diseases. ...
A hernia is the outward displacement of an organ or tissue of the cavity is normally housed. The patient notices a lump on the part of the body where it develops. The causes can be diverse, being congenital, acquired (obesity, constipation, physical exertion) or traumatic (for any impact or blow). The type of hernia depends on its location: femoral (upper thigh), more common in women; hiatal (upper part of the stomach); surgical or hernia (a poorly closed scar); umbilical (around the navel), which usually occurs when not heal well after birth; and inguinal (groin), more common in men. ...
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