Liver Transplantation and surgery

A liver transplant is a procedure in which a donor's partial or whole liver is used to replace the sick heart in a patient. Biliary atresia is an uncommon disorder that affects newborn infants and results in the absence or obstruction of the common bile ducts, which transport bile from the liver and are located between the liver and small intestine. People who are obese are subjected to various forms of  bariatric surgery. The liver can be examined microscopically to get a tissue sample that could be used to identify liver disease. A large needle is used to retrieve a sample of tissue from the liver during a biopsy, which is then analyzed in a lab.


  • Liver Biopsy
  • Bariatric surgery
  • Living donor transplantation
  • Graft rejection
  • Immunosuppressive management

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