Cancer surgery performed gently

A constantly developing field of abdominal surgery is oncological visceral surgery, i.e. the surgical removal of malignant tumours from the abdomen. The focus is on the treatment of cancer of the oesophagus, stomach, intestine, liver and pancreas.

Our clinic is particularly specialised in oncological visceral surgery and has experts who guarantee the best possible, individually tailored surgical therapy for the various diseases. We are particularly experienced in the treatment of cancer of the stomach, intestine, liver and pancreas, right through to the complex therapy of oesophageal cancer.

Modern cancer treatment

The primary goal of surgical treatment is the complete removal of the tumor with the least possible stress. Highly specialised surgical methods allow us to perform these operations in an increasingly gentle manner - and certain procedures even without open incisions (minimally invasive).

The surgical therapy that is almost always necessary is only one link in the treatment chain. The interaction of surgical, drug and radiation therapy guarantees the best possible cancer therapy, whereby the coordination of the individual treatment components is of crucial importance.

Tumour Board

Together with all the experts involved in the therapy, we determine the treatment path for you individually in the tumour board. Psycho-oncological support and other offers are naturally included in the therapy plan.
We are always at your disposal for an individual consultation or second opinion.

International Services

Telefon

+49 2151 32-10845 | kr-intpat-management@helios-gesundheit.de

Öffnungszeiten

Monday - Thursday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am to 2:30 pm

We use minimally invasive surgical techniques to treat the following types of cancer:

  • Oesophageal cancer
  • Cancer from the transition to the oesophagus into the stomach (AEG tumours)
  • Stomach cancer and GIST tumours
  • Duodenal cancer
  • Cancer of the small intestine
  • Colon cancer
  • Rectal cancer
  • Cancers of the pancreas
  • Removal of liver metatstasis