Dr Elijah Mobley
Victorville: 760-241-6201
Glendora: 626-852-4400

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Laparoscopic surgery

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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Hysterectomy May Be the Solution When Alternatives Have Failed

Hysterectomy May Be the Solution When Alternatives Have Failed | Victorville Surgeon
A hysterectomy is a medical procedure to remove part or all of the womb. It is an operation to treat a number of female uterine problems that did not respond to other medical treatments. The main non-cancerous issues treated with a hysterectomy are uterine fibroids, heavy...
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Tubal Ligation and Tubal Implants – Two Minimally Invasive Birth Control Procedures

Tubal Ligation and Tubal Implants – Two Minimally Invasive Birth Control Procedures
If you do not want ever to become pregnant and you do not want to use birth control devices or pills, a tubal ligation or tubal implants can provide a viable solution. While these procedures are often referred to as having your tubes tied, your tubes may be surgically sealed...
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Small or Large, Colon Polyps Need to be Removed

Small or Large, Colon Polyps Need to be Removed | Dr. Mobley Glendora Surgeon
Surgery is the way to remove colon polyps that are too large or are in a difficult position to be reached during a colonoscopy. The surgery, called a colectomy, involves the partial or entire removal of the colon. The colon, also called the large intestine, is the lower 20...
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