The Liver Disease Program at Cleveland Clinic
Abu Dhabi’s Digestive Disease Institute offers comprehensive evaluation and
treatment for the entire spectrum of liver diseases, ranging from outpatient
evaluation to inpatient care of those with advanced liver disease, such as
liver failure and related complications.
The multidisciplinary team at the Liver Disease
Program is composed of physicians with expertise in multiple specialties,
including hepatology, liver surgery, interventional radiology, interventional
endoscopy, liver pathology, and critical care.
The Liver Disease Program offers evaluation,
diagnosis, and treatment for patients suffering from liver diseases. These
conditions can range from viral infections, such as hepatitis, to cancer,
autoimmune conditions, and genetic conditions. Common conditions affecting the
At the Digestive Disease Institute at Cleveland
Clinic Abu Dhabi, our team of specialists are highly trained in a variety of
procedures for the diagnosis and therapeutic treatment of disorders of the
Diagnosis of Liver Disease
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi offers a variety of
cutting-edge techniques to diagnose and treat patients affected by liver
disease. These options include:
Once a diagnosis has been made, there is a range
of treatment options available for patients. The right treatment plan will
depend on the patient’s condition and specific needs.
Treatment of Liver Disease
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi’s Digestive Disease
Institute offers surgical expertise in liver and bile duct disorders, including
capabilities in minimally invasive and, robotic hepatobiliary surgery for the
resection of liver and bile duct tumors as well as liver transplantation.
Patients’ conditions will be carefully evaluated to determine candidacy for
robotically-assisted surgery, which can enhance highly complex operations while
allowing for less pain and quicker recovery for the patient.
Treatment for patients with liver issues is a
multidisciplinary effort that involves physicians and other clinical staff.
Caregivers who are involved in patient care for the Liver Disease Program are: