MBBS, MS - Surgery, FRCS
Senior Consultant - GI and HPB Surgery
MBBS, MS (General Surgery)
Consultant- Surgical Gastroenterologist
MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Gastroenterology
Senior Consultant - Gastroenterology
MBBS, MS - General Surgery
Consultant - General & Laparoscopic Surgery
Laparoscopic Surgeon, Surgical Gastroenterologist, General Surgeon
MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Fellowship
Director and HOD - Minimal Access, Bariatric and GI Surgery
Surgical Gastroenterologist, Bariatric Surgeon, General Surgeon
Consultant Medical Gastroenterologist
MBBS, MS - Surgery, Fellowship
HOD and Senior Consultant - Surgical Gastroenterology and Chairman & Managing Director - Global Hospitals Group
Signs and symptoms of liver disease are like: Eyes and skin appear yellowish (jaundice). Abdominal pain and swelling of legs and ankles.
Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 01/04/2022
Your first visit will allow your gastroenterologist to evaluate your symptoms. As of that consultation, your gastroenterologist may request additional tests or procedures, such as blood tests, imaging studies or endoscopic examinations for diagnosis or treatment.
Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 28/02/2022
Your liver is a very important part of your body and solves important functions, hence no human being can live without it. But it is possible to live with only some part functioning of your liver.
Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 06/03/2022
Most people feel it as a dull, throbbing sensation in the upper right abdomen. Pain in the liver can also feel like a stabbing that stops your breathing. Sometimes this pain is accompanied by swelling, and sometimes people feel liver pain in their back or their right shoulder blade.
Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 06/06/2022
Liver diseases can be treated by primary care or internal medicine specialists. Gastroenterologists are specialists who focus on the digestive organs and liver. A hepatologist is a specialist who focuses only on the liver.
Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 02/03/2022
Most people suffer from its burden due to a toxic diet and lifestyle. This means that their bodies are ineffective in digestion and breakdown of fat, resulting in weight gain, feeling heavy, bloated and lethargic. Therefore the role of the liver is important for efficient circulation, metabolism and breakdown of fat.
Answered by: Dr. Ashwanth Prathapani on 11/06/2022