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Welcome to Liver Pancreas Biliary Surgery

Pancreatic Surgery,Liver Surgery India,Pancreas Transplant SurgeryThe North India Hepato-Biliary group (NIHB®) is a team of highly skilled, qualified and experienced experts who perform complex operations of the liver, bile duct and gall bladder. The NIHB senior surgeons are Dr. AS Soin, Dr. Rahul Kakodkar, Dr. Amit Rastogi, Dr. Sanjay Goja and Dr. Balachandran Menon with a collective experience of more than 10,000 hepato-biliary cases in India, UK and USA over the last 25 years.

This service is run at the Medanta Institute of Liver Transplantation and Regenerative Medicine at Gurgaon, Delhi (NCR). The group’s unmatched expertise in the field stems not only from their extensive experience in it, but also from them being among the world’s leading teams performing living donor liver transplants. In every transplant operation, they perform complex excision and intricate reconstructive work on the liver and biliary systems of patients ranging from 2 months to 80 years. As a result, their proficiency level in hepatobiliary techniques is way beyond what most non-transplant surgeons can achieve. They have pioneered many advanced hepato-biliary procedures and pancreas transplant surgery in India. They help patients suffering from liver cancer, bile duct and gall bladder cancer, cysts and blocks of the liver, bile duct and portal vein. They are known all over South Asia for operations for liver tumours (liver resection), cholangiocarcinoma, choledochal cyst, biliary stricture, hydatid cyst, porto-systemic shunts, and Kasai operation for biliary atresia in children. The team employs the best practice protocols developed from their experience abroad, and collaboration with experts across the world including the best cancer centres in the USA.

Liver Pancreas Biliary Surgery website provides a complete solution to anyone suffering from any of the above conditions, right from facts about the disease, to introduction to patients already operated by the team, to scheduling appointments, operations, and follow up.


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