||Anal dilatation refers to the procedure where the anal sphincter muscle is stretched, usually where narrowing, or a painful fissure, is present.
|Breast biopsy/ removal lump
||Removal of breast lump
||Surgical removal, usually for examination by a pathologist, of a breast lump.
||The examination of the inside of the large bowel, with a flexible, light tube.
||Removal of mole
||Surgical excision of a lipoma, i.e. benign, soft tumour of fatty tissue.
||The examination of the oesophagus and stomach with a flexible light tube.
||Removal of haemorrhoids
||The surgical removal of haemorrhoids (swelling and inflammation of veins in the rectum and anus).
|Inguinal hernia repair
||The surgical correction of an inguinal hernia (opening, weakness, or bulge) in the lining tissue of the abdominal wall in the groin area.
|Resection of the big toe nail
||In-grown toe nail removal
||The surgical removal of in-grown toe nails (the condition in which the edge of a nail cuts into the adjacent skin fold, causing pain, redness, and swelling).
||The examination of the rectum and lower part of the colon by a flexible tube.
|Umbilical hernia repair
||An umbilical hernia repair is a surgical procedure performed to close an opening near the umbilicus (navel) that has allowed abdominal contents to protrude.