Asst. - Wilhelm Gross-Weege - Intestinal surgery -

Asst. Lect. Dr. Wilhelm Gross-Weege

Specialist for Intestinal surgery, Hernia surgery in Dorsten

Asst. - Wilhelm Gross-Weege - Intestinal surgery -
Associate Lecturer Dr. Gross-Weege has gained an outstanding reputation with his high level of expertise in the field of the intestine and thyroid gland. His expertise in abdominal tumors is unquestionable. The expertise of the proven specialist is also in demand for intestinal and especially umbilical and incisional hernias.

Special Clinical Focus

  • Hernia surgery
  • Minimal invasive surgery

About us

Asst. Lect. Dr. Wilhelm Gross-Weege is a specialist in surgery and abdominal surgery, as well as in special surgical intensive care medicine. Since 2002, he has headed the Division of General and Abdominal Surgery with Vascular Surgery Section as the Chief Physician of the Department of Surgery at the St. Elisabeth Hospital in Dorsten. As a specialist in abdominal surgery, Dr. Gross-Weege focuses on the surgical treatment of conditions, injuries and tumors of the organs of the abdomen and the abdominal wall. Here, Dr. Gross-Weege specializes above all in minimal invasive hernia surgery, that is, the minimal invasive surgical treatment of ruptures of the abdominal wall. Together with this, thyroid surgery and tumor surgery are also among the clinical-scientific emphases of Dr. Gross-Weege. Since October 2015, the Division of General and Abdominal Surgery has been certified by the German General and Abdominal Surgery Association (DGAV) and the Hernia Surgery Consortium (DGAV-CAH) as a “Center of Excellence for Hernia Surgery”. Under the guidance of Dr. Gross-Weege, the Department has been able to demonstrate its exceptional expertise, quality and experience in the field of open and minimal invasive hernia surgery. Thus, the team under Dr. Gross-Weege treats, inter alia, inguinal hernias, umbilical hernias, epigastric hernias and incisional hernias. Here, the focus is on minimal invasive techniques since these are associated with less pain, smaller scars, more rapid wound healing and less risk of complications than open surgery. In the process, the hernia surgery is performed via small skin incisions and special surgical instruments. In most cases, Dr. Gross-Weege and his team close the breach in the abdominal wall with a very delicate synthetic mesh which is compatible with the tissue, which quickly grafts into the patient’s own tissues and rapidly provides a very high degree of stability in the region of the breach. In order to review and to document the results and the quality of the procedures, the Department of General and Abdominal Surgery of the St. Elisabeth Hospital in Dorsten, as a certified hernia center, participates in the Herniamed Quality Assurance Study. This also includes writing to all patients again, one year after their hernia surgery and, where there is discomfort, inviting patients to a follow-up examination. The objective of Herniamed and the certification of hernia centers is continually to improve the treatment quality for hernias of all types. Proctology ClinicTuesday, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.Chief Physician's ClinicTuesday, 2:30 – 5:00 p.m.Hernia ClinicTuesday and Wednesday, 8:30 – 10:00 a.m.

Diagnostic Services

  • Special hernia clinic
  • Detailed clinical examination
  • Sonography
  • Endoscopy
  • Laparoscopy
  • X-ray
  • CT
  • MRI
  • Laboratory diagnostics

Therapeutic Services

  • Minimal invasive: TAPP surgery (transabdominal preperitoneal plasty)
  • Open surgery: Lichtenstein technique
  • Open surgery: Shouldice
  • Underlay technique: Preperitoneal umbilical mesh plasty (PUMP technique)
  • IPOM technique (intraperitoneal onlay mesh)
  • Sublay technique: The mesh is located underneath the abdominal musculature.
  • IPOM technique: The mesh is located between the intestine and the peritoneum (intraperitoneal onlay mesh).
  • Onlay technique: The mesh is located above the abdominal musculature.
  • MILOS surgical technique (mini or less open sublay)

Medical spectrum

Diseases

  • Abdominal wall hernia
  • Appendicitis
  • Cancer of the large intestine
  • Colonic cancer
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Duodenal ulcer
  • Femoral hernia
  • Hiatus hernia
  • Incisional hernia
  • Inguinal hernia
  • Intestinal polyps
  • Paralytic ileus
  • Parastomal hernia
  • Perforations of the gastrointestinal tract
  • Richter's hernia
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Umbilical hernia
  • Therapies

  • Abdominal wall hernia operation
  • Artificial anus
  • Colorectal surgery
  • Diaphragmatic hernia operation
  • Femoral hernia surgery
  • Incisional hernia surgery
  • Inguinal hernia operation
  • Intestinal cancer surgery
  • Intestinal resection
  • Large intestine surgery
  • Minimal invasive hernia surgery
  • Minimal invasive intestinal / colorectal surgery
  • Palliative care in colonic carcinoma
  • Rectal surgery
  • TAPP / Transabdominal preperitoneal mesh technique
  • Ulcerative colitis surgery
  • Umbilical hernia surgery
  • Vagotomy
  • Diagnostics

  • Colonoscopy
  • Hernia diagnostics
  • Special Offers / Arrangements / Rooms

    • Café
    • Chaplain
    • Social service.

    We provide a variety of optional services:

    • Accommodation in single or double bedrooms
    • Accommodation for a companion, if medically necessary
    • Accommodation in a family room

    Directions

    Address

    St. Elisabeth-Hospital, Dorsten

    Pfarrer-Wilhelm-Schmitz-Str. 1
    Dorsten

    Webseite: www.kkrn.de

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