Mr Nicola de’ Liguori Carino is Consultant General Surgeon who specialises in hepatobiliary and pancreatic (HPB) surgery . His main interests are in disease of the liver, gallbladder, biliary system and pancreas. He also has an extensive practice in hernias repairs. He completed his surgical training in Italy with a period spent at the Ohio University Hospital, Columbus, USA. Before being appointed as a Consultant in Manchester, Mr de' Liguori Carino spent 4 years training in HPB and transplant surgery at the University of Liverpool and Leeds. His Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Unit at Manchester Royal Infirmary, University of Manchester, is one of the largest HPB unit's in the UK and Europe. He has experience in the treatment of gallstone disease with the most modern techniques with emphasis on rapid access to treatment and recovery. Mr de' Liguori Carino performs laparoscopic cholecystectomy, laparoscopic and open hepatobiliary(liver) , pancreatic and digestive surgery, including very complex liver, biliary and pancreatic resection. He also treats a consistent number of hernia cases with both laparoscopic and open approach. He is committed in liver and pancreas cancer research programs taking part multiple ongoing clinical trials.
One of the most approachable specialists I have ever come across. Mr De' Liguori Carino took a lot of time to explain everything, and also to listen. He left me feeling confident that he would be able to carry out complicated surgery successfully, and then proceeded to do so. I would highly recommend.
I had my gallbladder removed recently. The care given by Mr deLiguori and his staff was really good. The surgery went well and I left hospital the same day. I felt really well within a few days and without pain but obviously a little sore. All appointments were on time, medication was given on discharge. No delays, such a great service. Thank you
Mr de'Ligouri was very approachable at consultation. He performed double hernia surgery by laparoscopy as an NHS patient. Apart from feeling some discomfort after the operation I was never in pain and the hardest part was remembering not to overdo things. After the six weeks I am now as active as ever.
Short link to review Mr Nicola De' Liguori Carino: http://iwgc.net/ehnap