Liver Center

Programs and Services

The Intestinal Rehabilitation Clinic provides multidisciplinary services that evaluate and treat patients with short bowel syndrome (SBS) and associated medical and social issues. The most frequent manifestations include growth delay, nutritional deficiencies, malabsorptivest frequent medical manifestations of SBS include growth delay, nutritional deficiencies, malabsorptive diarrhea, liver disease, bacterial overgrowth in the intestines, and oral feeding aversions.

The Biliary Atresia Clinic provides comprehensive medical, surgical and transplant care for infants and children with biliary atresia.

The Viral Hepatitis Program at Texas Children’s Hospital provides comprehensive screening, education, and treatment for children and their families with significant hepatitis.

The Liver Tumor Program at Texas Children’s Cancer Center provides expert diagnosis and treatment of pediatric liver tumors within a state-of-the-art clinical setting.

Liver transplant is the standard of care for children with end-stage liver disease, specific metabolic disorders or liver tumors. The multidisciplinary Liver Transplant Program at Texas Children’s treats the most challenging and rarest of cases, giving every child the best chance for recovery.

The Liver Intensive Care Team, at Texas Children’s Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine was designed in February of 2014 to provide consistent, multidisciplinary, state-of-the-art peri-operative management, optimize collaboration between teams, enhance educational and research opportunities, to ultimately improve health care delivery in critically ill children with End Stage Liver Disease.