Gastroenterological Transplantation

Until now, the most common gastrointestinal transplants have been the liver, pancreas, oesophagus, small digestive system, and colon. Because transplantation is a major surgery, the environment must be kept quiet both during and after the procedure. When the body begins to reject the joint or organ, the difficulties usually appear after the operation. Any issues that may arise can be assessed using hematological or imaging tests. A liver transplant is a surgical procedure that involves removing an infected or damaged liver and replacing it with a full modern solid liver or a portion of a healthy donor's liver. Individuals suffering from severe or chronic liver failure require a liver transplant to survive.

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