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Abdominal Organ Transplantation

Academic Faculty Susan Orloff, M.D. and Kristian Enestvedt, MD perform a liver transplant

Division Chief

Susan Orloff, M.D.

Faculty

Takeshi Ando, M.D.
Kevin Dennis, P.A.
C. Kristian Enestvedt, M.D.
Kayvan Roayaie, M.D.
David Scott, M.D.
Michael Yin, M.D.

The Division of Abdominal Organ Transplantation provides state-of-the-art care for patients with end stage liver disease, end stage renal disease, hepatobiliary and pancreaticobiliary disease, as well as patients with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Rapid evolution in transplant indications, transplant techniques, immunosuppressive medication and the development of new approaches are evaluated and applied as clinical situations warrant.

Early referral is encouraged so that evaluation and waitlisting can be timed to achieve optimal outcomes. Twenty-four hour access to our physician staff is available for consultation and referrals. A comprehensive inpatient service provides focused care of these patients with end stage organ failure. Specialty outpatient clinics provide in-depth pre- and post-transplant care. Specialists in hepatology, gastroenterology, nephrology, diabetology, cardiology, pulmonary, interventional radiology, anesthesiology, urology, psychiatry, psychology, dietetics, physical therapy, social services and ethical/pastoral care are all coordinated to assist with multi-disciplinary care for patients. We conduct multiple investigative protocols in transplantation and hepatobiliary surgery.

Susan Orloff, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Academic Faculty: Susan Orloff, M.D.

Susan L. Orloff, M.D., is Professor of Surgery, the Director and Chief of Abdominal Organ Transplantation at Oregon Health & Science University and Chief of the Liver Transplant Program at the Portland VA Medical Center.

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