Hepatobiliary disease

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Hepatobiliary disease. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Professor Williams in LONDON
Liver disease • Hepatology
Professor Ciclitira in LONDON
Gastroenterology & general internal medicine • Hepatology • Inflammatory bowel disease • Malabsorption, including pancreatic & coeliac disease & peptic ulcer disease • Pancreatic disease • Irritable bowel syndrome
Professor Moore in LONDON
Hepatology • Liver disease • Ascites • Hepatorenal • Cirrhosis • Acute liver failure • Hepatic encephalopathy • Drug hepatotoxicity • Drug-induced liver injury • Clinical pharmacology & therapeutics • Adverse effects of drugs, alcohol, paracetamol overdose • Biochemical analysis • Mass spectrometry • Drug patent disputes • Oxidative stress • Clinical biochemistry • General internal medicine • Acute medicine • Acute medical emergencies
Dr Gimson in CAMBRIDGE
Extensive experience of indications for & management of acute & chronic liver diseases in hospital practice • Management of disorders of the bile ducts & pancreas & their appropriate investigation • Experience of the problems associated with endoscopy & endoscopic therapeutic techniques, including ERCP • Experienced in the assessment, investigation & management of patients requiring adult liver transplantation • Extensive list of published peer review articles, review articles, book chapters & proceedings
Mr Duxbury in GLASGOW
Subspecialist interests: • Surgical management of pancreatic, liver, gallbladder & biliary tree disease • Emergency general surgery • Daycase surgery • Procedures: • Laparoscopic & open liver, pancreatic & biliary surgery (benign & malignant disease) • Laparoscopic & open cholecystectomy, bile duct exploration, management of bile duct injuries, splenectomy, hernia surgery, minor operations, e.g. skin lesions • Trained in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)

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