Clinics & Departments

Gastroenterology Center

Our TreatmentsFeatures of the CenterDoctors and Staff

Our Treatments

We diagnose and treat the gastroenterological cancer. The study of “gastroenterology” focuses on the organs associated with the digestion and processing of food in the body, such as esophagus, stomach, large and small intestine, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas.

To provide the high quality of treatment, we offer the “team medicine” by the specialists in medical oncology, surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy.

If applicable, we choose the treatment method which does not have much burdens on the patients; operative endoscopy, laparoscopic surgery, or interventional treatment. Even for recurrent cancer, we provide the treatment based on the policy “don’t give up”.

Doctors from all specialties cooperate to diagnose and propose treatments suitable to each patient. We offer the patient-oriented treatment from early stage of the diagnosis to the follow-up after the treatment.

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Features of the Center

Prompt and Careful Treatment

Cancer is the disease which progresses as time advances, no matter how small it is. Therefore, we aim at providing the prompt diagnosis and high-quality treatment. We design the treatment plan within 2-3 weeks from the first visit of the patient and promptly start the treatment. Surgeons, medical oncologists, nurses, pharmacists, nutritionists, and other skilled specialists work together to decide on the best course of treatment for each patient. Even for the advanced cancer, we aim at the complete recovery with the combination of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery.

Minimally Invasive Treatment

We conduct a lot of minimally invasive treatments which have small burden on patients such as operative endoscopy and laparoscopic surgery. With this treatment, patients are expected to get well earlier and gain relief from postoperative wound pain.

Challenge to the Difficult Case

We have considerable experience in the challenging case such as complication or recurrent cancer for which non-specialized hospitals have difficulty to treat.

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