If your child is suffering from a gastrointestinal disorder, our cumulative digestive health programs at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, part of the University of Michigan Health System, has the breadth and multidisciplinary expertise to comprehensively diagnose and treat your child.
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At the Children's Intestinal Rehabilitation Program our sole focus is your childs nutritional and gastrointestinal care, offering the full spectrum of services for children with short bowel syndrome and intestinal failure, from medical and nutritional management to surgical services.
The University of Michigan Transplant Center is the largest and most experienced transplant center in Michigan, and among the largest in the nation, with 80-100 liver transplants performed each year, We offer services that are not widely available, including liver transplant for cancer of the bile duct and splitting a donor liver, using the smaller portion to transplant a child and the larger portion to transplant an adult.
The Pediatric Liver Transplant Program at the University of Michigan is part of the first and largest liver transplant program in the state, and one of the original transplant centers in the country performing 300 pediatric liver transplants since 1986 with a dedicated, multidisciplinary pediatric team, including nutritionists to help children get the calories they need to diminish complications post transplant.
The PDF links on this page link to material in the University of Michigan Kidney and Liver Transplant Patient Education Guide and allow you to view and print the information from your own computer.
The first step of the liver transplant process is a comprehensive evaluation to determine the patient's suitability for a donor liver.