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Gastroenterology focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of digestive disorders that occur from problems in the oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon and rectum, pancreas, gallbladder, bile ducts, and liver.

The Institutes of Gastroenterology at Apollo Hospitals is dedicated to helping patients worldwide recover from digestive-related diseases. Treatment plans recommended by highly experienced doctors ensure each patient receives the best care and that their particular needs are met.

The department’s multi-organ transplant programme has performed over 1,000 liver transplants since 2009 and features one of the busiest and fastest-growing Paediatric Liver Transplant Programmes in India, delivering over 100 liver transplant surgeries for paediatric patients. The clinical team of surgical and medical gastroenterologist are highly skilled and experienced in minimal access procedures. These include Cholecystectomy, Myotomy of Achalasia Cardia, Intestinal Resections, Splenectomy, Appendectomy, and Laparoscopic Hernia Repair.

Apollo Hospitals Gastroenterology department features state-of-the-art medical technology including the Aparoscopic Argon Beam Laser and Tissue Link, Aida Touchscreen Facility, Robotics the Harmonic Scalpel, and comprehensive Blood Bank facilities. Dedicated intensive care units and Multi-Organ Transplant Unit (MOTU) facilities are available for kidney and liver transplants.

The hospital's Gastroenterology departments are located in 6 cities across India: Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, and Bengaluru.

International patients requiring surgery or transplant as part of their treatment can consult with a doctor online to learn more about the liver transplant programme, minimal access surgery of the intestines and hepatobiliary tract, and Endoscopic procedures.

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Mr. Amos Karanja came to Apollo Hospitals from Kenya after friends recommended him regarding his heart condition.