How is a Damaged Spleen Removed? | Victorville General Internal Surgery

How is a Damaged Spleen Removed?

Your spleen is a small organ, about the size of an average fist, and is located above your stomach on the left side under your rib cage. The spleen plays an important part in your body’s immune system by using white blood cells to fight against infections, by making red blood cells, and by filtering…

Skin Moles Are Not Always Beauty Marks

The medical name for moles is Nevi. A mole forms when a cluster of several skin pigment cells joins together rather than being evenly distributed across the surface of the skin. It’s very common for individuals to have a few dozen moles, commonly referred to as beauty marks. These marks can form anywhere on the…

Do I Have A Hernia

Do I Have a Hernia?

If you think you may have a hernia, then a visit to general surgeon Dr. Elijah Mobley who provides health care and surgery for the residents of Montclair in San Bernardino County, is a good place to start your healing journey. The majority of the time hernias do not cause problems. Some people can have…