After a physical examination and analyzing your medical history, your doctor will request liver function blood tests, imaging studies such as MRI, ultrasound, and computed tomography, and a biopsy of the affected tissue to confirm the diagnosis.
Depending on how advanced the cancer is, its type, and your health condition, your doctor will determine the treatment to be followed, which may include chemotherapy and radiotherapy, as well as surgery to remove the tumor or if the organ is too damaged and dysfunctional, a liver transplant will be necessary.
The Transplant Center, with more than ten years of service, has a multidisciplinary care model for different solid organ transplants within a highly professional, safe, and comfortable environment, in strict adherence to the highest standards in safety and patient care.
Organ and tissue transplants constitute the most important therapeutic advance in the last 50 years in the field of health sciences. Achieving this has involved practically every specialty of modern medicine.