Surgical treatment for disorders of the liver, pancreas and biliary system
Our hepatobiliary surgeons offer the most advanced, least invasive procedures.
A portion of the bile duct is removed to treat bile duct cancer. A bile duct is a tube-like structure that carries bile (a chemical used in digestion) to the small intestine.
Chemotherapy is delivered directly to the tumor through a catheter (a thin, flexible tube). The procedure also cuts off the flow of blood and nutrients to the tumor and traps the chemotherapy drugs at the site, which makes them more effective.
This is removal of the gallbladder. It is usually done laparoscopically, through a very small incision.
We perform both open and laparoscopic gallstone surgery.
A portion of the liver is removed. Our physicians are the only ones in the region performing laparoscopic liver resection, which can lead to shorter hospital stays and quicker recovery.
A failing liver is replaced with a part or all of a healthy liver from a donor.
A failing pancreas or kidney is replaced with a healthy one from a donor.
A portion of the pancreas is removed to treat pancreatic cancer.
Cancerous or noncancerous growths are removed using radiofrequency energy. This can be performed through open, laparoscopic (small incision) or percutaneous (through the skin) surgery.
This surgery treats cancer of the pancreas. Part or all of the pancreas is removed, as well as part of the stomach, small intestine and lymph nodes near the pancreas. The gallbladder and part of the bile duct are also removed. Our surgeons have extensive experience with pancreatic surgery.
Dr. Anadha BharathanGastro Surgeon