Published on03/15/2018 11:16 am

A liver transplant surgery is a surgical procedure that involves the replacement of a patient’s liver (whole or partial) from another person. It can used to remedy a host of adverse liver conditions and diseases, including those arising due to decompensated or diseased liver. Here are some of them along with their commonly associated symptoms: –

Liver conditions and their symptoms that may require Liver transplant surgery



Tyrosinemia Type 1

Unexpected fever

Hepatitis C

Sore muscles
Itchy skin


Constant fatigue
Sudden weight-loss
Joint pain

Biliary atresia

Darkened Urine
Yellowing of the skin
Excess bilirubin in the blood

How is the liver transplant surgery performed?

Liver transplantation surgery is a definite cure for a majority of the conditions and diseases that arise in the liver. The exact approach of this surgical technique varies in accordance with the medical facility, but the basic procedure of it is pretty much the same. Here is a

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