Cirrhosis

It is important to diagnose this condition, as it is a risk factor in developing cancer of the liver. Sometimes, complications of cirrhosis occur, indicating a deterioration of the condition: worsening jaundice, ascites, hepatic encephalopathy, infections and bleeding varices. All these complications need expert care and prompt intervention with 24 hour back-up and on-call facilities for hepatologists, radiologists and surgeons, as well as ITU facilities which are provided.

For more information about the cirrhosis treatment offered at the Royal Free Private Patients Unit, please call or email on:
Tel: 020 7317 7751
Email: rf.privateenquiries@nhs.net