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When surgical needs arise, you deserve to be comfortable with your surgical team. Medical Arts Surgical Group (MASG) is a top surgical clinic in Meridian that provides expert surgical care for a wide range of conditions, including those affecting the thoracic region
Breast Conditions
Gallbladder Conditions
Gastric Conditions
Tyhroid Conditions
Colon And Rectal Conditions
Hernia
Thoracic Conditions
breast conditions
BREAST CONDITIONS
Common breast conditions include painful breasts, mastitis (inflammation of the breast), cysts, benign lumps, and cancer. A benign breast condition refers to a lump, cyst, or nipple discharge (fluid) of the female or male breast that is not typically cancerous. Lumps may be fibrocystic breast changes including fibrosis (that feels like scar tissue and can be rubbery and firm), or cysts (sacs filled with fluid), or firm (malignant).
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GALLBLADDER CONDITIONS
The gallbladder is a small pear-shaped organ located under the liver. The gallbladder stores and concentrates bile, which is a fluid produced in the liver. Bile is stored within the gallbladder before it is released later to aid in digestion. This fluid helps digest the fat contained in food as it passes through the small intestine. Gallbladder disorders include inflammation, infection, stones or blockage of the gallbladder. Let the team at the Medical Arts Surgical Center help you manage and treat your gallbladder disorders.
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GASTRIC CONDITIONS
Gastric conditions refer to a group of digestive disorders that affect the stomach, such as gastritis, peptic ulcer disease, and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). These conditions can cause a range of symptoms, including abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and indigestion. Treatment may involve lifestyle changes, medication, or, in some cases, surgery.
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THYROID CONDITIONS
The thyroid gland is a small butterfly-shaped organ located in the front of the neck, wrapped around the windpipe (trachea). The thyroid produces hormones T3 and T4 (thyroxine) to control your metabolism. Metabolism is a process that transforms ingested food into energy. When your thyroid works properly, it will maintain the right amount of hormones to keep your metabolism working at the right rate. Thyroid disease occurs when your thyroid doesn’t produce the right amount of hormones. When your thyroid doesn’t work properly, it can either make too much thyroid hormone (hyperthyroidism) or too little thyroid hormone (hypothyroidism), or cancer nodules.
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COLON AND RECTAL CONDITIONS
Colon and rectal conditions refer to a group of digestive disorders that affect the colon, rectum, and anus, such as colon cancer, rectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, and hemorrhoids. These conditions can cause a range of symptoms, including abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, and rectal bleeding. Treatment may involve medication, lifestyle changes, or surgery.
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hernia conditions
HERNIA
Hernias are defects within the groin or abdominal walls that cause the abdomen’s contents to push out through these defects. Hernias are commonly situated at the groin and umbilicus because these areas in the abdominal wall feature congenital weakness. A hernia does not heal by itself, as it needs hernia surgery for repair. Our team at the Medical Arts Surgical Center can provide you with an individualized plan to manage and treat your hernia.
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THORACIC CONDITIONS
Thoracic disorders are diseases of the heart, lungs, mediastinum, esophagus, chest wall, diaphragm and great vessels. In essence, these problems affect normal respiratory functioning of the lungs and airway, making it difficult for you to breathe. Conditions impacting the thoracic area range from routine conditions to rare and complex diseases. These disorders may be caused by an underlying illness, an injury or infection, or the side-effect of cancer treatment.
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INGUINAL HERNIA SURGERY
Inguinal hernias are a very common type of hernia. Patients can experience pain and bulge from the hernia, and some benefit from the repair of the hernia. The surgeons at Medical Arts Surgical Group specialize in both open and robotic-assisted inguinal hernia surgery. Because of our expertise in both types of hernia repair, we can discuss treatment options with patients and come up with a treatment plan that is safest and most effective for each patient. If you think you may have an inguinal hernia, schedule your consultation today to speak with one of our surgeons about the best treatment plan for you.
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VENTRAL HERNIA SURGERY
Ventral hernias can occur anywhere on the abdomen. These can include umbilical (belly button) hernias, incisional (at a prior incision) hernias, epigastric (upper abdominal) hernias, a supra-pubic (above the pubic bone) hernias. Symptoms can include bulging or pain in these areas. The surgeons at Medical Arts Surgical Group offer expert consultation and operative repair of these hernias. Our surgeons specialize in both open and robotic-assisted repair of these hernias. If you have symptoms of an abdominal hernia, call to schedule an appointment with one of our surgeons today.
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GENERAL SURGERY
Medical Arts Surgical Group (MASG) is a group of surgeons that perform a wide range of general surgery procedures. We are trained to perform operations but are also well trained in the medical management of many surgical problems. We take pride in our ability to work together to serve the public, coming up with treatment plans that are tailored to each individual patient. Medical Arts Surgery Group is committed to providing our patients with the best general surgery services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
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Laparoscopic Surgery
Medical Arts Surgical Group (MASG) is the leading laparoscopic and minimally invasive surgery group here in Meridian. We have a team of the best minimally invasive surgeons in the region. Also, we provide the most comprehensive laparoscopic surgery procedures in the area. We have seen the benefit that laparoscopic surgery can provide for patients, including less pain and faster recovery, and strive to continue to pursue new ways to bring minimally invasive surgical techniques to each patient’s bedside.
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Robotic Surgery
Robotic surgery is the latest technological breakthrough in the field of general surgery. Our surgeons have developed a robotic surgery institute and helped to form a team of nurses, surgical technologist, and anesthesia providers that specialize in the delivery of quality robotic surgery for our patients. We monitor our outcomes closely and are always looking for ways to improve our patients experience and their outcomes.

Robotic surgery allows our surgeons to offer a minimally invasive surgical option to nearly all of our patients who require abdominal surgery. The precision, control and dexterity of robotic technology to translate to a safer, smoother operation with better recovery, including less pain and earlier return to normal activity. In addition, complication rates are lower with the implementation of this technology.

If you or your loved ones are facing possible abdominal surgery, make an appointment to come and see one of our expert robotic surgeons, and get the care that you deserve.
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Trauma and Emergency Surgery
Robotic surgery is available for emergency surgery in addition to elective (planned) surgery. Some of the emergency procedures that can be performed using robotic surgery include repair of intestinal perforation, emergency colon surgery, repair of diaphragm injuries, repair of incarcerated and strangulated hernias, and emergency gallbladder surgery. The same benefits of smaller incisions and faster recovery are available for these patients, even in emergency situations.
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