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Hepato-pancreato-billiary surgery

Hepato-pancreato-billiary surgery
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Hepato-pancreato-billiary surgery

Hepato-pancreato-billiary or HPB surgery often requires the close working of specialist consultants with different disciplines.

Bupa Cromwell Hospital is able to offer patients a multi-disciplinary service in the diagnosis and management of benign and malignant diseases affecting the liver, pancreas and biliary tract. 

Hepato-pancreato-biliary disorders that can be treated at Bupa Cromwell Hospital include:

  • cystic disease in the liver
  • benign liver lesions
  • primary and secondary liver tumours
  • hilar and perihilar cholangiocarcinoma
  • pancreas and periampullary cancer
  • cystic pancreatic lesions
  • GIST- gastrointestinal stroma tumour.

These conditions regularly require access to state-of-the-art imaging, including high quality CT scanning, MRI Scanning and PET / CT scanning, all of which are available at Bupa Cromwell Hospital.

HPB surgery can be complex and where necessary patients are looked after in our intensive care unit with specially trained clinical staff.

A list of our HPB surgeons can be found below, please click on their name for further information.

Here is a list of specialist consultants related to this service / specialty. Please select a specialist to review their full profile. They are listed alphabetically by last name.

Alternatively you can search our complete list of specialist consultants.

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