On this page, you can see the best doctors for liver surgery. International patients pick these specialists for liver surgery due to the following reasons:
Innovative treatment methods
Minimally invasive surgeries
Advantages of these specialists for liver surgery:
Up to 95% success rate. The doctors listed below apply the latest techniques to achieve such a result.
International accreditation. The facilities for liver surgery have international healthcare accreditations and certificates. It means that they provide the liver surgery in accordance with the strict world treatment protocols.
The liver surgery is already possible at a price from €17,000. Please send us your inquiry with a current x-ray image to get a detailed estimate cost.
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New approach to the treatment of fatty liver and liver cancer
The biggest risk factors for fatty liver are obesity and type 2 diabetes, caused by unfavorable dietary habits and lack of exercise. But that is not all. Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center have found that also platelets - called platelets - play an important role.
In mice fed high-fat, platelets are increasingly found in the liver. This has also been observed in people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, as the research team reports on Mathias Heikenwälder from the German Cancer Research Center. When the mice received anticoagulants in addition to the high-fat diet, which also act on the platelets, fewer of them were detectable in the liver and the number of inflammatory cells was lower. Heikenwälder summarizes: "The mice were indeed overweight, but got no fatty liver and no liver cancer."
In another pilot study, the scientists subsequently treated humans with a fatty liver with anticoagulants. As a result, they lost the fat in the liver. Heikenwälder said, "If we can break the cycle of inflammatory processes, we can help affected people reduce their risk of fatty liver-induced liver cancer."
Non-alcoholic fatty liver is on the rise, with an estimated 30 to 40 percent of adults suffering from it. On the other hand, medications do not exist so far, only weight reduction and more exercise help. A fatty liver can become inflamed, which promotes the development of liver cirrhosis and eventually liver cancer.