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Transplant Hepatology, Internal Medicine

Overview

An internist with special knowledge and the skills required of a gastroenterologist to care for patients prior to and following hepatic transplantation that spans all phases of liver transplantation. Selection of appropriate recipients requires assessment by a team having experience in evaluating the severity and prognosis of patients with liver disease.

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Length of Training

1.0 year(s)
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