TOP Doctors for Abdominal Surgery

In surgery there are experts for different areas. One of these specialties is the abdominal surgery. Her field of work includes diseases and injuries of the internal organs, especially of the esophagus, stomach, biliary tract, small and large intestine, liver and pancreas. Thyroid and adrenal gland operations also fall into the field of abdominal surgery.

Abdominal surgeons provide surgical treatment for patients with, for example, the following conditions:

  • Inflammatory diseases of the intestine (Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis)
  • Diseases of the rectum (e.g., hemorrhoids, fistulas, fissures)
  • Benign tumors in the abdomen (e.g., the liver)
  • Abdominal cancers (e.g., stomach cancer, colon cancer, liver cancer, pancreatic cancer)
  • Gallstones
  • Inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis)
  • Thyroid disorders (such as hyperfunction, tumors)
  • Hernias (intestinal rupture, such as inguinal hernia, umbilical hernia)

Abdominal surgery also involves the transplantation of vital organs such as the liver, kidney and pancreas.

If you have a problem with your abdomen organs on this page, you can see the best doctors for abdominal surgery. International patients pick these specialists for abdominal surgery due to the following reasons:

  • Innovative treatment methods.
  • Minimally invasive surgeries.
  • Up to 95% success rate. The doctors listed below apply the latest techniques to achieve such a result.
  • Organ-preserving therapies.
The abdominal surgery is already possible at a price from €11,900. Please send us your inquiry with a current x-ray image to get a detailed estimate cost.

Estimate Abdominal Surgery Costs
Adhesions removalfrom €11,900
Colonoresectionfrom €21,700
Gastrectomyfrom €23,000

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Our services do not affect the price for abdominal surgery, you pay the bill right in the chosen clinic.

Submit a request on German Medical Group website - our manager will give you all the info regarding a particular doctor for abdominal surgery or hospital. This consultation is FREE. Together we choose the best specialist for abdominal surgery for your case. With German Medical Group you avoid waiting lists, get 24/7 support until your coming back home. Learn more about us here.

Follow these steps to choose the best doctor for abdominal surgery:

  1. Learn the info about doctors for abdominal surgery listed below. It represents top specialists in Europe.
  2. Submit a request on German Medical Group specifying the purpose of the treatment.
  3. Our manager will call you back to book the chosen specialist for abdominal surgery or offer another one according to the diagnosis, health condition, and financial ability.
  4. If you approve the chosen doctor for abdominal surgery, our manager schedules the date of your arrival.
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The term abdominal surgery broadly covers surgical procedures that involve opening the abdomen. 2020-01-14 Abdominal Surgery

Latest News in Abdominal Surgery

Second "DaVinci" system allows more robot-assisted interventions


A second "DaVinci Xi" has recently been made available to the Surgical University Hospital Heidelberg. The robot is the latest generation in its class and is now being used to support minimally invasive procedures.

"The focus is on surgery on the large and small intestine and the pancreas. A large part of the open surgical procedures can thus be carried out in future with robot support. In addition, the 'Xi' is also used in stomach and esophageal surgery as well as in liver surgery", explains Professor Markus W. Büchler, Medical Director of the Department of General, Visceral and Transplantation Surgery. "With the new system, the number of robot-assisted surgeries in the abdominal surgery area will increase from around 20 to planned 200 surgeries a year", adds Professor Thilo Hackert, Senior Physician and Head of the Department of Pancreatic Surgery at the clinic.

Especially in complex operations, the robot offers the highest precision and a three-dimensional function of the instruments that enable wrist-like movements during preparation and reconstruction. Professor Thilo Hackert: "Precise movements are possible in the smallest space in the body, so that the finest organ structures are protected and even seams can be created with the utmost precision during reconstruction. The Xi robot is clearly superior in terms of vision and degrees of freedom in the operation movements and also allows highly complex interventions in which minimally invasive surgery otherwise reaches its limits."

The large incision with which the surgeon must open the abdominal wall or thorax during an open operation is eliminated in robotic surgery. Instead, five to six small cuts are sufficient, through which the instruments are brought into the body via sleeves (so-called trocars). When this is done, the "DaVinci" takes over the movement of the instruments. The surgeon sits on a console and controls the robotic arms from there.

With these, the tissue can be taken and cut, in addition, the instruments can be changed and used. Over a three-dimensional high-resolution camera image, the surgeon sees the operating area enlarged ten times, in addition, there is a digital zoom.

Head physician from Herne is named the best surgeon in Germany


Professor Matthias Kemen, Chief Physician of the Clinics for General and Visceral Surgery at the Protestant Hospital Herne, has been named the top abdominal surgeon in Germany by "Focus Gesundheit".

His treatment successes in the areas stomach, intestine, pancreas and liver were evaluated. Important for the evaluation were, among other things, recommendations from patients and medical colleagues.

A total of 300 inpatient and 300 outpatient procedures.

In the spring, the magazine had already named Kemen as one of Germany's leading obesity surgeons. In the same issue, he was also listed as a top nutritionist.

The current issue is about visceral surgery, ie abdominal surgery. A total of 3,000 inpatient and 300 outpatient procedures are performed annually in Herne. The stomach surgery beats with more than 150 interventions annually.

"I'm glad that in the area of ​​the stomach obviously our many innovative treatment methods were important," says Kemen.

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