Digestive pathologies

The digestive system can be affected by many diseases.

Other, less severe but very common diseases are difficult to live with on a daily basis: gastro-oesophageal reflux, functional intestinal disorders (functional colopathies), or proctological affections.

Gastroenterology is the medical discipline in charge of disorders of the digestive tract. The pathologies of the digestive tract include all the affections of the digestive system or its appendices such as the esophagus, the stomach, the small intestine, the colon, the rectum and the anal canal, the liver and the pancreas. They are associated with several disorders including:

  • Digestive and liver cancers
  • Pathologies related to alcohol or hepatitis B and C viruses,
  • Chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis,
  • Digestive emergencies including heart attacks.
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Celiac disease
  • Gastroenteritis
  • Gallstones
  • Intestinal polyps
  • Sigmoidal diverticulitis
  • Appendicitis
  • Salmonellosis

Risk factors influence these diseases such as

  • Age
  • Obesity
  • Infectious agents
  • Lifestyles conducive to precariousness including alcohol consumption, drug addiction, diet, overweight and stress
people worldwide suffer from digestive diseases, all sexes and all ages combined. This represents more than 26% of the total number of cancers in the world.


SurgyOne manages all digestive pathologies that require surgical treatment. In the first instance, the investigation often starts with an endoscopy performed as part of a screening or follow-up of the client. To minimize the risk of digestive tract pathologies, a healthy lifestyle is recommended, including an appropriate rhythm of life, a balanced diet and especially the cessation of smoking and alcohol.

In the case of cancerous pathologies, management is multidisciplinary (surgeons, oncologists, anatomopathologists, anesthesiologists). The proposed therapeutic choices are discussed in multidisciplinary meetings.


Surgyone offers you a medical supervision by state-of-the-art teams (combining organ specialists, specialized surgeons, anesthesiologists, anatomical pathologists and specialized oncologists).

The surgical or endoscopic techniques required to manage your pathology are part of the current surgical excellence (conventional surgery, minimally invasive surgery, robotic surgery, interventional endoscopy).

In the context of the management of cancer-related pathologies, all decisions will be taken during multidisciplinary consultation meetings related to this pathology.

SurgyOne helps you with the following pathologies :

Pathologies of the esophagus and stomach 

  • Gastroesophageal reflux and hiatal hernia
  • Tumor and cancer of the esophagus
  • Peptic ulcer disease 
  • Tumor and cancer of the stomach 

Pancreas pathologies 

  • Pancreatic cyst 
  • Tumor and cancer of the pancreas 
  • Chronic and acute pancreatitis 

Pathologies of the small intestine 

  • Cancer of the small intestine 
  • Small intestine tumor 
  • Small bowel pathologies and chronic inflammatory diseases (IBD) 

Colorectal pathologies 

  • Colorectal cancer 
  • Diverticulosis and colonic diverticulitis 
  • Colorectal polyps 
  • Colorectal inflammatory diseases 

Pathologies of the anus 

  • Anal margin abscesses 
  • Anal fistulas 
  • Anal fissures 
  • Hemorrhoids 
  • Tumor and cancer of the anus

Gallbladder diseases 

  • Gallbladder tumors 
  • Gallstones and gallbladder lithiasis 
  • Cholecystitis and gallbladder infection 
  • Angiocholitis and infection of the main bile duct 

Liver pathologies 

  • Liver tumor and cancer 
  • Liver cysts 
  • Intrahepatic gallstones and lithiasis 

Pathology of the spleen 

  • Cysts and tumors of the spleen 

Digestive management of morbid obesity 

  • Medical, surgical and psychological assessments for the treatment of morbid obesity and discussion of operative indications by a team of surgeons specialized in bariatric surgery. 
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