Dr Elijah Mobley
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Laparoscopic surgery

Stop Acid Reflux with a Fundoplication

Stop Acid Reflux with a Fundoplication | Victorville General Surgeon
Serious acid reflux is known as GERD, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. You may have tried managing this disease with over-the-counter or prescription medications such as Nexium or with dietary changes such as avoiding foods and liquids that trigger the acid reflux without getting...
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Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

Laparoscopic Hysterectomy | Dr. Elijah Mobley Victorville General Surgeon
Today’s surgical hysterectomies are far less invasive than in the past. The older, open hysterectomy meant that you would have one large incision that resulted in a scar, required a hospital stay of 3 to 5 days, and the recovery time often took a couple of months. While a...
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Tubal Ligation, Birth Control Without a Prescription

Tubal Ligation, Birth Control Without a Prescription | General Surgeon
When you have decided that you want a permanent form of birth control without relying on daily birth control pills, tubal ligation is a viable solution. There are two options available for tubal ligation, colpotomy and laparoscopic, which are both minimally invasive and performed...
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Surgical Mesh or Stitches Only for your Hernia Repair?

Surgical Mesh or Stitches Only for your Hernia Repair? | Dr. Mobley Surgeon
Every year there are more than one million procedures performed for hernia repairs. The two surgical methods are open repair and laparoscopic repair. Both types of operations can involve surgical mesh or stitches only. But, the method most beneficial for your type of hernia will...
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When Gallbladder Problems May Require Open Incisions

When Gallbladder Problems May Require Open Incisions | Victorville General Surgeon
Many types of gallbladder problems indicate the need for a cholecystectomy, which is the term for removal of the gallbladder. Some indications for this type of procedure include problematic gallstones, inflammation of the gallbladder, gallbladder cancer, and biliary pancreatitis....
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