Liver Surgery may be performed by a
Internal Medicine Surgeon
. The liver is located in the upper abdomen and is the largest solid organ in the body. It has many important complex functions, including helping the digestion of fat, converting sugar into energy, and removing waste from the blood. A
may be required for assessment. Benign tumours of the liver, such as
, can be treated by
. If the location of a benign tumour is superficial and small in size, the operation can be performed
. A variety of diseases can lead to end-stage
. In such cases a
may be the only option.
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