Hepatobilliary & Pancreas Surgery
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Liver / Gallbladder
Hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery is used to treat cancers and diseases of these organs. It includes the resection (removal) of primary and metastatic (secondary) tumours of the liver, gall bladder, bile duct and pancreas.
Hepatologists specialize in the study of the liver. ... A Mayo Clinic hepatologist will diagnose, treat and care for people who have disorders, including malignancy of their liver, gallbladder or bile ducts. In addition to the hepatologist, the care team will include a desk clinical assistant, secretary and nurse.
Cirrhosis, liver cirrhosis, cirrhosis of the liver,liver disease,liver cancer,liver pain,liver disease symptoms,symptoms of liver disease,liver failure, symptoms of liver cancer.
When does the Hepatologists second opinion makes sense?
- The Hepatologists second opinion makes sense when your doctor doesn’t have the required specialist knowledge for your condition.
- The Hepatologists second opinion makes sense when various doctors have given you different recommendations and you need help making a decision.
- Hepatologist's second opinion makes sense when you haven’t received a clear diagnosis or therapy recommendation.
- The Hepatologist's second opinion makes sense when your doctor has recommended a major operation and you want to make sure that it’s the best way to help you.
- The Hepatologists second opinion makes sense when you feel that you haven’t been given enough information about your planned treatment.
- The Hepatologist's second opinion makes sense when the suggested treatment promises no significant improvement to your condition.
- The Hepatologists second opinion makes sense when you want to find out if there are other treatment options you can pursue.
The liver disease we specialize
- Disorders of Liver, pancreas & biliary tract
- Liver Cyst
- Liver Hemangioma / Giant Hemangioma
- Hepatocellular Cancer / HCC / Hepatoma
- Liver Abscess
- Inoperable Liver Cancer / Colorectal Metastasis
- Liver Cirrhosis
- Portal Hypertension
- Liver resection / Hepatectomy
- Transarterial Chemoembolisation (TACE)
- Portal Vein Embolisation (PVE)
- Liver Transplantation
- Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
- Gall Stone
- Gall bladder Cancer
- Gall bladder Polyp
- Bile duct Cancer
- Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
- Acute Pancreatitis
- Chronic Pancreatitis
- Pancreatic Cancer
- Pancreatic Fistula
- Pancreatic Pseudocyst
- Whipple's operation/pancreatoduodenectomy
- Distal Pancreatectomy