Liver Centre at Bumrungrad International Hospital

International Medical Treatment (IMT) is the Official Representative Office for Bumrungrad International Hospital in  Bangkok Thailand, helping to coordinate all medical treatments for patients across Africa and The Middle East at no charge.

The Liver Center at Bumrungrad Hospital, Bangkok Thailand provides a complete range of services that include diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up services for patients with liver and bile duct disorders. This includes treatment for complicated surgical procedures such as liver transplants.

Bumrungrad’s team of liver specialists, nurses and medical professionals work with the latest medical technology and equipment to deliver the best care for all patients in the Liver Center.

Bumrungrad International Hospital Offers a Wide Range of Services and Advanced Treatment Options

  • Diagnosis and treatment of liver and bile duct disorders, including:

    • Viral hepatitis, including hepatitis A, B and C

    • Acute hepatitis

    • Chronic hepatitis

    • Fatty liver

    • Cirrhosis

    • Biliary atresia

    • Liver cancer

    • Bile duct cancer

  • Dialysis for patients with liver failure

  • Viral hepatitis vaccinations

  • Medical advice and care for patients

    • Information about diseases and medications

    • Self-care advice to manage side effects

    • Follow-up after treatment to monitor and treat complications

    • Patient care after liver transplant

  • Liver transplants for patients who have end-stage liver disease that cannot be treated by other methods

State-of-the-art technology for diagnosis and treatment 

  • Fibroscan: To assesses the hardness of the liver which uses ultrasound-based technology that measures the velocity of a vibration wave to assess liver scarring and diagnose cirrhosis.

  • Ultrasound: High-frequency ultrasound to detect problems in the liver, bile duct and other organs in the abdomen.

  • Liver Biopsy: Performed by removing a sample of liver tissue to diagnose liver disease more accurately and determine its severity. A liver biopsy is used when the conditions cannot be determined by other methods.

  • Disida Scan: A radioactive tracer is injected intravenously into the patient to investigate liver and bile duct functioning.

  • Computed Tomography (CT) Scan: To detect problems in the liver, bile duct and other organs for confirmation of tumors.

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Uses magnetic fields and digital computer technology to detect problems in the liver.

  • Radiofrequency Ablation of Liver Tumors (RFA): An approach to treat and destroy liver cancer. Radiofrequency ablation uses heat made by radio waves to ablate small size liver cancer.

  • Trans Arterial Chemoembolization (TACE): Involves the administration of chemotherapy directly to the tumor via an artery and the blocking off the blood supply to the tumor.

  • Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt (TIPS): Performed in which a shunt is placed between the portal and hepatic veins. A special balloon catheter is placed into the jugular vein in the neck and is connected to the portal vein to relieve portal hypertension.

Service Hours

Liver Center:
Monday through Friday: 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am to 12:00 noon

Location

Liver Center: Bumrungrad International Hospital (BIH) Building, 3rd floor

Bumrungrad International Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand

Highly Experienced Specialists  

The Liver Center at Bumrungrad International Hospital provides care and treatment planning by focusing on multidisciplinary care, ensuring the most advanced diagnostic and treatment for all patients.

Joint Commision International Accreditation

International Medical Treatment (IMT) is the Official Representative Office for Bumrungrad International Hospital in  Bangkok Thailand, helping to coordinate all medical treatments for patients across Africa and The Middle East at no charge.