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Chronic Liver Specialists in Hyderabad, 7 Results

Pace Hospital

Next available - Friday 9am - 1pm 4:30pm - 7pm

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Dr. Ravula Krishna

22 years of experience

Fellowship in HPB & Liver transplant, Fellowship in Hepatic Oncology, Fellowship in HPB & Liver transplant, DNB - Gastroenterology, MRCS (UK), MCh - Surgical Gastroenterology/G.I. Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS

  • Vidya Ratna In The Field Of Gastroenterology in 2015.
  • Consultant Surgical Gastroenetrologist And Liver Transplant Surgeon at Pace Hospitals, Hyderabad.
  • Member of Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS).
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Dr. R.v Raghavendra Rao

22 years of experience

Fellowship in HPB & Liver transplant, MCh - Surgical Gastroenterology/G.I. Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS

  • Best Poster Award - ASIAN TRANSPLANT WEEK - South Korea in 2016.
  • Director at National Institute of Gastroenterology and Liver Diseases in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad..
  • Member of Association of Surgeons of India (ASI).
Medicover Hospitals


Next available - Friday 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Dr. Sachin Daga

17 years of experience

Fellow HPB Surgery & Liver Transplant (Singapore), DNB - Surgical Gastroenterology, MCh - Surgical Gastroenterology/G.I. Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS

Gastritis Treatment

Liver Transplantation

Laparoscopic Surgery

Liver Resection

Amani Gastro & Liver Clinic


Next available - Friday 7am - 11am 6pm - 10pm

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Dr. Shravan Kumar

34 years of experience

DM - Gastroenterology, MD - General Medicine, MBBS

Ulcerative Colitis Treatment

Liver Disease Treatment

Acidity Treatment

Abdominal Pain Treatment

Jaundice Treatment

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Nikhil Hospitals


Next available - Friday 9:01pm - 10pm

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Dr. Nagendra Prasad

Dr. Nagendra Prasad

23 years of experience

FAIS, FICS, FIAGES, MS - General Surgery, MBBS

  • First in Post Graduate Gastroenterology Quiz in 2014.
  • Consultant Surgical Gastroenterologist &Laparoscopic Surgeon at Mythri Hospital.
  • Member of Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo-Surgeons (IAGES).
Shine Gastro Clinic


Next available - Friday 7pm - 10pm

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Dr. Sreekanth Appasani

18 years of experience

Scientist Pool Scheme, DM - Gastroenterology, MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS

  • Poster of Distinction at DDW in 2013.
  • Scientist Pool Scheme at PGIMER.
  • Member of Indian Medical Association (IMA).
Sudhir Clinic


Next available - Friday 4:30pm - 8:30pm

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Dr. M Sudhir

40 years of experience

MD - General Medicine, DNB - Gastroenterology, MBBS

  • Presented 16 Research Papers in Conferences / Journals in 1990.
  • Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist at Pace Hospitals, Begumpet.
  • Member of Indian Society of Gastroenterology.
Questions & Answers on "Chronic Liver Specialist" (20)

Hello Doctor, I am 36 year old male had fatty liver grade 2 since July 2019, having Udilive 300 mg morning and evening till August 2020. fatty liver convert in grade 1 .till last Dec.2020 continued Udilive300 mg with Vitamin E 400., left the medicine for 3/4 months in from the January 2021.again repeat the same medicine for two the mid of 2021 I left medicine to intake permanently .in 2022 For Routine health check up I go through LFT and Whole Abdomen ultrasound .the report are shocking .The corsean echo texture are found in ultrasound and LFT is abnormal.the General physician whom I treated is MBBS, MD, DTM& H. He raised his hand and advised me to leave all things on All mighty God.He also suggest me to Refer High advance Liver disease Hospitals. Kindly suggest me . 9304241768

Asked anonymously on 27th January, 2022 at 12:51 am
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Dr. Sumanta Kumar Mishra

I am 21 years old I have many problems eating food for example rice watter fruit etc. Vomit

Asked anonymously on 24th January, 2022 at 10:27 pm
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Dr. Sumanta Kumar Mishra

I am having a high bilirubin 1.62, and this is the 2nd time. Last year at this same time I had it. And due to this I can't eat properly, and I feel vomiting as soon as I take a sip of water after eating. It's already been 15 days. It's making my appetite low, I feel low. I eat very less now, and in that too It's feel like my stomach is tight and blown up. Pls help me🙏

Asked anonymously on 16th September, 2021 at 2:58 pm

Based on the complaints and elevated bilirubin levels you seem to be suffering from a type of liver disorder, a condition wherein excess accumulation of bilirubin (a brown yellow coloured compound formed in breaking down of red blood cells) occurs. With loss of appetite, vomiting, stomach tightness and bloating; fever, extreme fatigue and abdominal pain can also be seen in liver diseases.

• There are multiple causes for development of liver dysfunction such as infection, autoimmune liver diseases like cholangitis, Wilson’s disease, cancer, alcoholic liver (due to alcohol abuse) and non-alcoholic (due to excessive consumption of fats) and drug induced.

• When using a medicine that is known to have the potential to cause liver damage, your doctor may recommend you to have blood tests done on a routine basis after starting the medication so that any signs of liver damage may be recognised before symptoms develop.

• Common medications that can cause damage to the liver include Paracetamol, Statins – drugs for lowering cholesterol levels and certain herbs.

• Other liver function parameters such as AST(aspartate aminotransferase), ALT(alanine transaminase), ALP(alkaline phosphatase) and GGT(gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase) bilirubin are required to be evaluated and additional to this for determining the exact cause of dysfunction especially to confirm presence of jaundice; urinalysis, CT (for distinguishing between biliary obstruction and liver disease including cancer) and liver biopsy (for ruling out concern about possible liver cancer) needs to performed.

• The treatment is based on the underlying cause and damage levels and can range from dietary changes, medications such as antibiotics, sedatives, etc to liver transplants.

• Consult hepatologist near you for further assessment and treatment.

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Dr. Sayalee Karve

I'm 30 years Male & suffer from Liver disease (Fatty Liver G-1) I have lose my wait 6 kg from 66( height 5'.5") How can i recover from this disease?

Asked anonymously on 4th September, 2021 at 3:52 pm

• Fatty liver disease is a condition caused by fat buildup in the liver (i.e., when fat percentage exceeds 5 - 10% of your liver's weight), which can be caused by alcohol intake and/or a high fat diet. Individuals who are obese/overweight, have poor glycemic control/insulin resistance, have metabolic syndrome, and are taking specific drugs such as amiodarone, diltiazem, tamoxifen, or steroids are at risk of developing fatty liver.

• In some situations, it is thought to be symptomless, but in others, it can cause substantial liver damage. The good news is that it is frequently avoidable or reversible with lifestyle modifications.

• It progresses through 3 stages which include Steatohepatitis (swelling and damage of liver tissue), Fibrosis (scar tissue formation where your liver is damaged) and Cirrhosis (extensive scar tissue replacement with healthy tissue). Cirrhosis can lead to liver failure or cancer.

• Laboratory investigations consists of Liver functions tests such as AST, ALT, ALP and GGT; Total Albumin and Bilirubin, CBC, Test for viral infection, Fasting Blood Glucose, HbA1c and Lipid profile.

• Imaging procedures such as Ultrasound, CT /MRI, Elastography (for measuring stiffness of liver) and Magnetic resonance elastography and Biopsy (for ruling out any cancerous growth and for signs or any inflammation and scarring).

• If a patient has a fatty liver, he or she should be checked for the entire metabolic syndrome, which includes diabetes, hypertension, cholesterol, and thyroid issues.

• The best way to treat fatty liver is with making some lifestyle changes which can significantly improve your health which includes – Avoiding alcohol and High fat diet, Losing weight, taking medications for controlling glucose and fat(Triglyceride and Cholesterol) levels and Vitamin E with Thiazolidinediones in specific instances.

• Currently, no drug treatment is approved for management of fatty liver disease.

In order to prevent further progression of disease one can:

 Maintain a healthy weight by consuming food less/minimal in in its fat percentage.

 Follow a Mediterranean diet which is high in vegetables, fruits and good fats.

 Exercise regularly for 45 minutes where in you can include combination of cycling with walking, cardio, CrossFit and yoga with meditation.

 Restrict alcohol consumption

 Consult a hepatologist near you for further evaluation and treatment and your dietician for advice on fat loss.


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