Dr. Reginaldo Hernández
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laparoscopic and general surgery

 

 
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About 

Dr. Reginaldo Hernandez earned his medical degree at University of Monterrey, then made his speciality course in General Surgery at the ISSSTE Regional Hospital in Monterrey with rotations at Adolfo Lopez Mateos Regional Hospital in Mexico City. He is certified by the Mexican Board of General Surgery. 

He specializes in the treatment of surgical disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, with a human touch in the attention of his patients. 

 

Phone

+52  (656) 227 1986

+52 1 (656) 422 4651

 

Location

Hospital Angeles
9371 Campos Eliseos       Consulting room 805

Cd Juarez, Chihuahua

 

Hours

Monday-Friday 9am–1pm
Saturday 9am–3pm
 

 

Procedures


 
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Cholecystitis

It's the inflammation of the gallbladder, an organ beneath your liver. It's often caused by the presence of gallstones that block the passage of bile to the small intestine.   

The most common symptom is pain on the upper right part of the abdomen, especially after eating fatty foods. Other symptoms include nausea, vomit and colicky pain that irradiates to the right shoulder.  

If left unattended it can lead to serious complications such as a ruptured gallbladder, biliary pancreatitis or cholangitis. . 

 

 
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Hernia surgery

A hernia is a defect on the abdominal wall that lets part of its contents, an intestine or the omentum, to pass right through it. 

The most common hernias in our environment are umbilical and inguinal hernias, although femoral and post-incisional hernias follow frequently. Among the most frequent causes are increased intra-abdominal pressure due to overweight and/or excessive physical exertion. 

The most frequent symptoms usually manifest with an increase in volume and in more severe cases, are accompanied by severe pain.

 

 
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gastroesophageal reflux

It occurs when the contents of the stomach flow back into the esophagus, giving symptoms such as heartburn, nausea and indigestion that occur after eating. Under normal conditions, the lower esophageal sphincter is responsible for allowing food to flow into the stomach and not to return. Reflux occurs when this sphincter is weakened or is inappropriately relaxed due to a hiatal hernia.

The majority of the population can be managed with medication, with surgical treatment reserved in more severe cases

 

schedule an appointment

You can make an appointment using the online form below or calling at                       +52 (656) 227 1986 or +52 1 (656) 422 4651

 
 

location

Hospital Angeles
9371 Campos Eliseos
Consulting room 805                                        Cd. Juarez

Phone 

+52 (656) 227 1986

+52 1 (656) 422 4651

 

 
 

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