Mr Moore’s Medical Education Articles2023-02-27T09:23:30+00:00

Mr Moore’s Medical Education Articles

Medical students and trainee doctors joining Mr Moore’s firm would do well to read these articles because Mr Moore will often ask questions about these topics on his teaching ward rounds!

Colon Polyp Follow Up Guidelines

Colon Polyp Follow Up Guidelines Guidelines for post-polypectomy surveillance First ask if the baseline colonoscopy achieved caecal intubation with adequate bowel prep and clearance of all premalignant polyps. Consider site-check for 10-19mm non-pedunculated colorectal polyps without histological confirmation of complete excision. Large [...]

Common Colorectal Operations

Common Colorectal Operations Doctors and medical students should be familiar with these five common colorectal operations Medical students and trainee doctors attached to my firm should make themselves familiar with the following five common major colorectal operations: Right Hemicolectomy In this [...]


Gallstones Learn more about gallstone disease and the reason why it causes upper abdominal pains Gallstones are very common.  Some authorities say that 1 in 10 of forty to sixty year olds and 1 in 4 of the over sixties have gallstones.  [...]

Laparoscopic Rectosigmoid Endometriosis Surgery

Laparoscopic Rectosigmoid Endometriosis Surgery Specialised surgery for selected endometriosis patients. Endometriosis is a condition where uterine cells located outside of the womb can cause pain and irritation in the abdomen.  In a few cases these uterine cells grow on the colon or [...]

Mr Moore’s Surgical Sieve

Mr Moore's Surgical Sieve Use my surgical sieve to remember different types of human disease when you are stuck for an answer to a question in exams or on ward rounds! A surgical sieve is a way of easily remembering the different [...]

Pancreatitis Severity Stratification

Pancreatitis Severity Stratification When I was a junior trainee surgeon I invented a simple mnemonic to help me remember how to stratify acute pancreatitis patients. This proved particularly useful for consultant ward rounds and exams. I decided to publish my mnemonic [...]

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