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What I liked: "Top surgeon. So down to earth. Results are amazing. Highly recommended."

I went for: abdominoplasty, mastopexy

Patient who saw Dr. James Vincent Murphy in Spire Manchester Hospital

What I liked: "Friendly and professional, made me and my son feel at ease."

I went for: Appointment

Patient who saw Mr. R. Maximilian Cervellione in Spire Manchester Hospital

What I liked: "Friendly and knowledgeable."

I went for: Clinic appointment

Patient who saw Mr. R. Maximilian Cervellione in Spire Manchester Hospital

"I am also a patient of Mr Lester Barr and I believe he is the best breast care surgeon in the north, he has an amazing bed side manner, fully explains and answers any questions you may have, and he is a perfectionist, so you can be sure you will look amazing."

Patient who saw Mr. Lester Barr in Spire Manchester Hospital

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  • Cardiology
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    Last updated: 20/07/2016
  • General Internal Medicine
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    Last updated: 20/07/2016
  • Paediatric Surgery
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    Last updated: 06/01/2015
  • Plastic Surgery
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    Last updated: 10/02/2016
  • First visit Plastic Surgery Details From £ 0
  • Subsequent visits Plastic Surgery Details From £ 100
  • Other services
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  • First visit Cosmetic Surgery Details From £ 0
  • Subsequent visits Cosmetic Surgery Details From £ 150

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No-one knows why people get sebaceous cysts. Amongst doctors there is some uncertainty as to how they arise. But certainly some people do seem to have a tendency to get them, and often get more than one. They usually gradually increase in size over a period of years, and occasionally become infected, to form an abscess. Sebaceous cysts don't usually go away on their own, so people usually ask for them to be removed when they get larger and become noticeable.

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Christian West

Plastic Surgeon

This not a usual side effect, specially if you have been on them for a while. Gastric syntoms with almost any medications occur early and usually subside.

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Dr. Abdullah Mohammed

Cardiologist, Internist

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