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Programs & Services

Hepatology

We offer many Hepatology programs and services, including:

  • Liver Transplant Program: Personalized care, all in one place
  • Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Clinic: Customized care with nutritionists, psychologists and nurses to promote lifestyle modifications and state-of-the-art medical management
  • Gastroenterology Program: Treats intestinal-related conditions
  • Liver masses and tumors resected and cysts removed by our team of dedicated hepatobilliary surgeons
  • Interventional radiology procedures: Liver biopsies, billiary stents and drains,  and angiographies
  • Advanced endoscopy, including ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangio pancrieatography), EBL (endoscopic band ligation) and sclerotherapy
  • All-inclusive nutritional support of enteral and parenteral feeding, including a specialized feeding
  • A complete range of subspecialty support: Metabolic experts, nephrologists, neurologists, cardiologists, endocrinologists, hematologists, oncologists, radiologists, pharmacists, infection disease specialists, palliative care, anesthetists and pathologists

Depending on your child's condition, the physicians and staff you and your child may meet include:

  • Hepatologists (Hepatologists are gastroenterolgists with further education and expertise in treating conditions of the liver in children)
  • Nurses responsible for the organization of your child's care and evaluation
  • Nutritionists who help patients make healthy changes to their eating habits

We offer the Kasai Procedure

The Kasai Procedure is a surgery to treat or correct biliary atresia in infants. In biliary atresia, bile ducts that are inside or outside the liver are blocked. When the bile is unable to leave the liver through the bile ducts, the liver becomes damaged and many vital body functions are affected. The Kasai Procedure creates an artificial portal to help the liver drain into the intestines as it should normally function. The procedure is helpful because it can allow a child to grow and remain in fairly good health for several years. 

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