A Consultant Laparoscopic and Hepatobiliary Surgeon specialising in Gall Bladder Surgery.
David M Lloyd is a full-time Consultant Surgeon at the Leicester Royal Infirmary and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Leicester Medical School. He specialises in keyhole (laparoscopic) surgery and liver surgery. He was appointed in 1994 and is currently an advisor to NICE for laparoscopic liver surgery.
He qualified in 1980 from St. George’s Hospital, London and trained in London, Chertsey and Leicester. He spent 3 years in Chicago and 18 months in Hamburg, Germany where he was trained in liver transplantation and complex hepatobiliary surgery. He now has a very extensive liver and laparoscopic practice and has been a trainer in laparoscopic surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons in London, as well as the European Institute for Endoscopic Surgery in Germany. He trains surgeons in laparoscopic surgery and continues to develop new techniques in both liver and laparoscopic surgery.
More information about David Lloyd can be found on his websites. www.lloydrelease.com, www.gallstonesurgery.co.uk, and www.liversurgery.co.uk
David M Lloyd has pioneered many operations and developed a microwave machine to treat liver cancer. This machine is now being used in many of the world’s top cancer hospitals in Europe, America and Australia. He is coordinating an international study on the efficacy of microwave liver ablation performed at these centres. He has an extensive laparoscopic practice and has one of the largest series of laparoscopic gallbladder operations, laparoscopic hernia operations, and spleen and adrenal procedures.
Recently he has developed a new and innovative procedure for the treatment of sportsman’s groin known as the Lloyd Release Procedure. He has now performed more than 3,000 gall bladder operations without a bile duct injury, 4,000 laparoscopic hernia operations, 200 laparoscopic splenectomies and more than 50 laparoscopic liver procedures.
David M Lloyd has published extensively on a variety of surgical disorders with more than 70 peer-review publications and 100 published abstracts on laparoscopic surgery and liver surgery. He has also written 10 book chapters relating to surgery on the liver and the treatment of liver cancer using microwaves. His main research interests include microwave heat ablation of liver cancer, laparoscopic surgery and groin pain in elite athletes. He has presented his work at many international meetings and is on the Faculty of the American Hepatobiliary Association.
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