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Mr Nicola de’ Liguori-Carino is highly experienced consultant general surgeon with a special interest in conditions affecting the liver, gallbladder, biliary system and pancreas. He is available to see patients at short notice and his private practice is embedded in an efficient, multidisciplinary team which can provide comprehensive treatment to patients in a quick and timely manner.

Mr de’ Liguori-Carino completed his surgical training in Italy then spent a period of time studying under some of the USA’s leading surgeons at the Ohio University Hospital, Columbus. Following this, he moved to the UK to complete higher subspeciality training in hepatobiliary and pancreatic (HPB) surgery at the University of Liverpool and Leeds. In 2010 Mr de’ Liguori-Carino was appointed Consultant Surgeon at Consultant HPB, Laparoscopic and General Surgeon at North Manchester General Hospital NHS Trust.

Mr de’ Ligouri-Carino’s unit at Manchester Royal Infirmary is one of the largest HPB units in Europe. It covers a local population of 3.5 million and regularly handles referrals from the rest of the UK and abroad. Mr de' Liguori-Carino’s work at the hospital is internationally recognised for innovation and excellent results, and he is actively involved in a number of clinical trials focussed on new treatments for liver and pancreatic cancer.

Especialista en

Liver cancer

Liver cancer is a form of cancer that starts in the liver, as opposed to secondary liver cancer which starts elsewhere in the body and travels to the liver. Most cancer that is found ...

Pancreatic cancer

What is it? The pancreas is a large gland in the abdomen, which produces enzymes that aid in diges...

Gallstones

What are gallstones? Gallstones are hard lumps or stones, usually made of cholesterol or sometimes...

Inguinal hernia

What is an inguinal hernia? A hernia occurs when part of the internal organs or tissue pushes thro...

Hernia

What is a hernia? A hernia appears as a lump, most commonly in the abdominal or groin area. They occur when an organ, often the bowel, protrude...

Laparoscopy

What is laparoscopy? Lapar...

Enfermedades, Pruebas y Tratamientos

  • Cholelithiasis (gallstones)
  • Gallstones
  • Gastric sleeve
  • Hernia
  • Hiatal hernia
  • Inguinal hernia
  • Laparoscopy
  • Liver cancer
  • Obesity
  • Pancreatic cancer

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Contacto

  • BMI The Alexandra Hospital
    Mill Ln, Cheadle SK8 2PX - Greater Manchester (Cheadle)
    (+44) 01615049256
  • BMI The Highfield Hospital
    Manchester Road OL11 4LZ - Greater Manchester (Rochdale)
    (+44) 01615049251

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Improving outcomes for patients with bowel cancer and liver metastases
Unfortunately, depending on the stage of colorectal cancer, it can metastasize to other parts of the body, which is commonly the liver. Despite the challenges seen in treating this difficult diagnosis, advancements in surgery and improvements in understanding how to target liver metastases have given patients a better outlook. Here we learn from a top hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgeon, Mr Nicola de’ Liguori Carino, how colorectal cancer and liver metastases are treated.
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Pancreatic cancer: your treatment options explained
Treatment for pancreatic cancer has improved significantly in recent years, so which is now the most effective option? In this up-to-date guide, leading surgeon Mr Nicola de’ Liguori Carino explains the different options available today, from traditional techniques such as surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy, to brand-new therapies such as irreversible electrocorporation (IRE).
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What happens when bowel cancer metastasises to the liver?
Some patients diagnosed with colorectal (bowel) cancer, also present with liver metastases. The liver is the most common site in the body of patients with bowel cancer for metastasis to occur due to its anatomical location. Whilst this can be a very challenging diagnosis to be given, treatment can be possible, as well as cure. Mr Nicola de’ Liguori Carino, an experienced hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgeon, explains how liver metastases are identified and treated in patients with colorectal cancer.
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Irreversible electroporation and the nanoknife
Cancer is an ever-present danger to our health, affecting thousands of people in the UK, and capable of appearing in almost any part of the body. New treatments are always being researched and developed to combat cancer. Could electrical pulses provide an answer to those cancers that are difficult to treat with surgery or chemotherapy? We asked expert surgeon Mr Nicola de’ Liguori Carino.
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