Oxford Colorectal Surgery
The Oxford Colorectal Surgery department has an international reputation and is leading the way in the management of colorectal diseases. There are six consultant surgeons with a team of over 30 surgeons in training and specialist nurses. It is one of the national centres for Lapco – training surgeons in laparoscopic or keyhole surgery. Donations from Occtopus have provided state of the art operating theatres for this minimally invasive surgery. Developments have included node mapping, Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery (TEM), pouches for IBD and laparoscopic ventral mesh rectopexy for pelvic floor disorders.
There are close collaborations with colleagues in oncology, gastroenterology, imaging and pathology.
Clinical Research fellows work with top scientists in the University of Oxford.
Cancer Research UK website: www.canceresearchuk.org
Info on TEM surgery at ACGBPI website: Transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEMS) | Bowel procedure | ACPGBI
Oxford Clinical IBD Group: www.expmedndm.ox.ac.uk/tgu/research/clinical-ibd-group
Oxford Pelvic Floor: https://www.ouh.nhs.uk/services/departments/colorectal/conditions.aspx#pelvic
University of Oxford: www.ox.ac.uk/
Charity Commission: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/charity-commission
Oxford Colorectal Surgery: Colorectal Surgery – Oxford University Hospitals (ouh.nhs.uk)