Best Hepatologyy Hospitals in India

The liver is located in the upper right-hand portion of the abdominal cavity.

There aren't usually obvious symptoms and indicators of liver disease.

 Eyes and skin seem yellowish (jaundice), and swelling and pain in the abdomen are major symptoms.

LFT, known as Liver function tests, tests a person's blood levels of proteins, enzymes, and waste products. Doctors use these tests to assess a patient's liver health or determine the source of liver disease.

Below are listed top hospitals for hepatology.

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Medanta-The Medicity

Gurgaon Sector 38, Gurgaon

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174 Doctors
1250 Beds
50 Ambulances
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Apollo Hospitals, Greams Road's logo

Apollo Hospitals, Greams Road

Greams Road, Chennai

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146 Doctors
560 Beds
5 Ambulances
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Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals's logo

Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals

Sarita Vihar, Delhi

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174 Doctors
700 Beds
1 Ambulance

Cafe

Dry Cleaning

Family Accommodation

Free Wifi

Private rooms

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Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital's logo

Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital

Andheri West, Mumbai

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53 Doctors
750 Beds
3 Ambulances
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Fortis Memorial Research Institute

Gurgaon Sector 44, Gurgaon

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78 Doctors
1000 Beds
10 Ambulances

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Blk Super Speciality Hospital's logo

Blk Super Speciality Hospital

Pusa Road, Delhi

Open 24x7

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165 Doctors
650 Beds
4 Ambulances
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Artemis Hospital's logo

Artemis Hospital

Gurgaon Sector 51, Gurgaon

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104 Doctors
400 Beds
5 Ambulances
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Gleneagles Global Health City

Perumbakkam, Chennai

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44 Doctors
1000 Beds
5 Ambulances
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Dr. Rela Institute & Medical Centre's logo

Dr. Rela Institute & Medical Centre

Chromepet, Chennai

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6 Doctors
450 Beds
1 Ambulance
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Sir Ganga Ram Hospital's logo

Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

Old Rajendra Nagar, Delhi

Open 24x7

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261 Doctors
675 Beds
1 Ambulance

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Frequently Asked Questions

Liver diseases are increasing day by day, and in India is being given the required priority. India alone has 18.3% of liver diseases in the world. hence the India government is continuously investing in healthcare to improve the treatment quality, moreover the the quality of surgeons produced in India is getting better with each passing day. Today India is among the countries that are very well known for its medical facilities and highly skilled doctors. Around 35% of Indian population has fatty liver. Hence because of its growing need India has some best hepatology doctors and hospitals which are very affordable. Among other foreign countries Turkey is one country where you get medical facilities and treatments at very reasonable rates. To know more about the hepatology hospitals in Turkey. Click Here.

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Contrast Enhanced Computed Tomography of the whole abdomen showing moderate hypatomegaly with coarse attentuation, edematous GB mild dilated portal vein,splenomegaly,diverticulituis in sigmoid colon. Crystitis. My brother suresh kumar's report has been admitted in Maharaja Agrasain Hospital, Punjabi Bagh and the doctor has recommended us for a second opinion. Kindly advise / suggest next course of action if possible.

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I am 50years.i am dialysis patient.now my HCV report is positive.now I'm very weak, can't stand properly.what i eat then vomit after few minutes.my RNA titre report will get next Wednesday. Now what should i do?pressure is always fluctuating.i follow nephrologist prescription and take the medicines but now i become very incapable to do anything. Please suggest me.hepatologist of sskm suggested 1st collect the hepatitis c reports then visit him.

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Dr. Pallab Haldar

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🙏

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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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