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Baylor Liver and Pancreas Disease Center 

Baylor offers patients with tumors of the liver or pancreas or severe chronic pancreatitis access to a full spectrum of treatment options.

Why Choose Baylor?

  • Specialists on the medical staff at Baylor work together to provide quality care to our patients. Many of the specialists on our medical staff have more than15 years of experience treating these types of conditions.
  • One of the few centers in the United States dedicated specifically to treat patients with liver and pancreas cancer.
  • The Baylor Liver and Pancreas Disease Center has been in existence since 1998. The program has treated 5,000 patients since its inception.
  • Baylor was one of the first facilities to use Elastography as a part of a research study as a method for testing liver stiffness.  Three years later, the procedure is now approved by the FDA.

Liver Cancer Program

The Baylor Liver and Pancreas Disease Center offers multiple options for treating liver cysts, tumors and liver cancer.

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Pancreatic Cancer Program

At Baylor, patients with malignancies within the head of the pancreas may undergo a pancreaticoduodenectomy, commonly referred to as the Whipple procedure.

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Bile Duct Cancer Program

Cholangiocarcinoma is a cancer that arises from the cells within the bile ducts; both inside and outside the liver. When the tumors arise within the liver, the tumors can be small or large. The terms cholangiocarcinoma and bile duct cancer are often used interchangeably.

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Pancreatic Cyst Program

The Pancreatic Cyst Program at Baylor University Medical Center is one of the first in the nation and provides patients a fast and convenient way to have cysts evaluated and removed, if needed.

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Chronic Pancreatitis - Auto Islet Cell

Baylor is one of the first hospitals in the nation to offer autotransplantation of pancreatic islet cells after total pancreatectomy. This unique procedure is possible because of Baylor’s FDA-approved Islet Cell Lab, the first of its kind in the Southwest.

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