BSW Liver Consultants of Texas provides premiere liver disease diagnosis and treatment for patients suffering from a variety of liver disorders.
With 12 full-time hepatologists on staff at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center - Fort Worth, BSW Liver Consultants of Texas encompasses one of the most comprehensive and experienced liver disease practices in the nation.
We currently operate 12 Liver Outreach Clinics located throughout the state of Texas bringing specialized liver care to those who may not be able to travel long distances.
Our hepatologists travel to outreach clinics once a month to see patients with viral hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver masses, and other general liver conditions. This allows us to provide access to hepatology care and a wider range of treatment options for patients with liver-related illness in rural remote areas.
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Liver disease and the rise of hepatitis due to the opioid crisis were just a few of the discussion topics when James Trotter, MD – Medical Director, Transplant Hepatology at Baylor University Medical Center met in Washington D.C. with Rep. Pete Sessions from the 32nd Congressional district. [...]
James Trotter, MD, Medical Director, Transplant Hepatology at Baylor University Medical Center is one of the chief investigators of a new therapy that could revolutionize how fatty liver disease is managed. [...]
Liver disease is on the rise among middle-aged Americans. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that fatty liver disease, viral hepatitis, and alcoholic liver disease are the major contributors to a rise in liver-disease-related deaths and liver cancer in people ages 45-64. [...]
Detecting and staging hepatic fibrosis is important in the treatment of chronic liver diseases that can progress to cirrhosis. Liver biopsy is the standard method of detecting and staging fibrosis but a new, noninvasive alternative is now in use at BUMC [...]
Baylor University Medical Center is one of 16 sites nationwide participating in a pilot study to determine how living donor transplant candidates fare after transplant, whether they actually donate or not. [...]
Patients with liver disease who live miles from Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) and Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center – Fort Worth (BSWASMC) benefit greatly from having access to liver outreach clinics in their communities. [...]
Estimates show that 20 to 30 percent of the U.S. population has a non-alcoholic fatty liver disease or NAFLD. NAFLD is a broad term used to describe a spectrum of liver diseases with evidence of steatosis (or fat) in the liver once other causes of fatty liver, such as medications [...]
The liver transplant program at the Annette C. and Harold C. Transplant Institute at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth is the fifth largest in the United States. [...]
Medicine may be on the brink of an enormous public health achievement: turning the tide against hepatitis C, a silent plague that kills more Americans annually than AIDS and is the leading cause of liver transplants. If the effort succeeds, it will be an unusual conquest of a viral epidemic [...]
Our team of hepatologists play an integral role in the development of select clinical studies of approved antiviral medications to treat hepatitis C and hepatitis B. More than 40 drug trials designed to treat or cure the hepatitis C virus are currently underway at Baylor Dallas and [...]
According to the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), chronic liver disease and cirrhosis is the 12(th) leading cause of death in the United States. However, this single descriptor might not adequately enumerate all deaths from liver disease. The aim of our study was to update data on [...]