• Chronic Hepatitis B

    Hepatitis B is inflammation of the liver caused by infection with hepatitis B, a virus. People become infected with hepatitis B from exposure to blood, saliva, semen, or vaginal fluid from an infected person. Patients can have no symptoms or become mildly or severely ill over a period of weeks to months.

    Read more
  • Chronic Hepatitis C

    Hepatitis C is inflammation of the liver caused by infection with the hepatitis C virus. It is transmitted by exposure to blood from an infected person. Many patients experience no symptoms, but chronic infection can lead to cirrhosis or scarring of the liver. It is diagnosed by blood tests. Patients

    Read more
  • Cirrhosis

    Cirrhosis is scarring of the liver that can lead to liver dysfunction. There are many causes of cirrhosis, but the most common causes are infection with the hepatitis B or hepatitis C virus, chronic heavy alcohol use, or fat deposits in the liver. Complications of cirrhosis can include jaundice (yellow

    Read more
  • Hemochromotosis

    Hemochromatosis occurs when too much iron is absorbed from the diet and results in excessive iron accumulation in multiple organs including the skin, liver, heart, pancreas, and joints. This excessive accumulation can lead to organ damage. Complications can include the development of cirrhosis, heart

    Read more
  • NAFLD (non alcoholic fatty liver disease)

    Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease refers to the accumulation of fatty deposits in the liver, in the absence of excessive alcohol consumption. Over time this can lead to inflammation in the liver and then scarring (cirrhosis). Patients with cirrhosis can develop complications, some of which include bleeding,

    Read more



Our Location