Transplants for gastrointestinal conditions

The most common gastroenterological transplants have involved the liver, pancreas, esophagus, small intestine, and colon. Since a transplant is a serious medical process, the peace must be observed during and after the procedure. The majority of the time, issues develop following surgery when the body starts to reject the joint or organ. The goal of a liver transplant is to remove the diseased or damaged liver and replace it with a whole modern solid liver or a portion of the liver from a different/healthy individual, known as a donor. People who have severe or ongoing liver failure require a liver transplant to survive.

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