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Hepatology

Hepatology

Diagnosing, supporting and treating patients

This field of medicine relates to the liver, gall bladder, biliary tree and pancreas. Our consultants have high-level specialist expertise in diagnosing, supporting and treating patients with conditions affecting these organs.

Viral hepatitis, fatty liver disease, and cirrhosis are all increasing. Insulin resistance and lipid abnormalities all contribute to the kind of liver function that precedes cirrhosis.

The specialists within our Hepatology Clinic have expertise in quantifying this, and in managing all kinds of liver disease using blood tests and referral for fibroscan.

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    Outstanding multidisciplinary team of cilinicians
    state of the art diagnostic equipment and medicines
    highest quality patient outcomes
    end to end integrated patient care

    Our hepatology clinic is based in the heart of London

    London Underground
    The clinic is within walking distance of Baker Street and Regent’s Park tube stations, serving the Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines.

    Parking
    Parking is available in Beaumont Street and behind Waitrose. Alternatively, metered parking may be found in the immediate vicinity.

    London Medical is located within the London Congestion Charge Zone.

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