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Meet Mr Alistair Slesser
I'm a Consultant Colorectal and General Surgeon. My NHS practice is based at Hillingdon and Mount Vernon hospitals. I am an active member of a busy colorectal and general surgery unit where my main interest is in performing major cancer surgery. In addition, I manage all colorectal conditions including diverticular disease, inflammation of the colon, rectal prolapse, piles, fistula, pilonidal sinus disease, anal fissure and rectal bleeding. I also regularly perform colonoscopies. I cover general emergency surgery and regularly perform surgery for gallstone disease, all types of hernias including complex incisional hernias and skin lesions.
A colonoscopy is one of the best ways to exclude any major bowel issues. If you have any new or worrying bowel symptoms such as a change in bowel habit or bleeding make an appointment to discuss arranging a prompt colonoscopy.
Expert in performing major bowel resections for colorectal cancer, diverticular disease and inflammatory bowel disease using minimally invasive techniques. If you are considering such surgery I will tailor the best surgical approach for you.
Proctology issues can be very troubling. I practice multiple techniques for all proctology conditions. At your appointment I will thoroughly assess your problem and I will be able to offer you a definitive surgical solution.
If you suspect that you have gallstones I will organise investigations to confirm the diagnosis. I regularly perform keyhole surgery to remove gallbladders and I can arrange to perform this promptly for you.
I perform both open and minimally invasive approaches for all hernias and will advise you on the best approach for yourself. I have an interest in repairing large incisional hernias and perform abdominal wall reconstructions.
Benign skin lesions such as lipomas can be a nuisance. In addition, any new skin lesion can be concerning. Once I have reviewed your skin lesion I will ensure that I will perform your surgery to remove the lesion promptly.