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About Leslie Memsic, MD

About Leslie Memsic, MD, FACS

Leslie Memsic is an elite surgical specialist with excellent medical training and broad clinical experience grounded in academic research. In addition to a fellowship in Surgical Oncology and Immunology, she received advanced training in Liver Transplantation.

This educational background along with her emphasis on personalized, compassionate care, makes her uniquely qualified to care for patients with a variety of complex surgical problems including malignancy, hepatobiliary, intestinal and pancreatic issues, Hidradenitis suppurativa, and hernias.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Are all Breast Lumps Cancer?

    No. The majority of breast lumps are NOT cancer. Fluid filled cysts, nodular breast tissue and solid benign masses are all more common than cancer. Get every breast lump checked by a professional to be safe.

  2. How often do I need to get Mammograms?

    If otherwise healthy, with no breast masses or increased risk factors for breast cancer, you should get mammograms annually starting at age 40.

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  1. What is a hernia?

    A hernia is a tear in the fascia-the thin but strong tissue overlying the muscles – allowing the intestines to bulge through the abdominal wall under the skin, or in the case of a Hiatal hernia, allow the stomach to move partially into the chest.

  2. What causes hernias?

    All hernias can be caused by forceful pressure on the area. Abdominal wall and groin hernias can develop during pregnancy, or as a consequence of heavy lifting at the job or at the gym. Obesity and chronic cough are contributing factors as are constipation and enlarged prostrate causing difficult defecation and urinating.

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Breast Cancer

1.- Are all Breast Lumps Cancer?

No. The majority of breast lumps are NOT cancer. Fluid filled cysts, nodular breast tissue and solid benign masses are all more common than cancer. Get every breast lump checked by a professional to be safe.

2.- How often do I need to get Mammograms?

If otherwise healthy, with no breast masses or increased risk factors for breast cancer, you should get mammograms annually starting at age 40.

Hernias

1.- What is a hernia?

A hernia is a tear in the fascia-the thin but strong tissue overlying the muscles – allowing the intestines to bulge through the abdominal wall under the skin, or in the case of a Hiatal hernia, allow the stomach to move partially into the chest.

2.- What causes hernias?

All hernias can be caused by forceful pressure on the area. Abdominal wall and groin hernias can develop during pregnancy, or as a consequence of heavy lifting at the job or at the gym. Obesity and chronic cough are contributing factors as are constipation and enlarged prostrate causing difficult defecation and urinating.

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