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Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Surgery

The UPMC Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery (HPB) Division consists of four hepatobiliary surgical oncologists that specialize in treating:

  • Liver cancer
  • Pancreatic cancer
  • Benign liver diseases

We see patients at one of several UPMC Liver Cancer Center clinics throughout Pittsburgh, Pa.

Our dedicated staff of nurses and support personnel work to make your clinic visit and treatment as seamless as possible.

Minimally Invasive Treatments for Liver and Pancreatic Tumors

UPMC surgeons are among the most experienced in the United States at performing minimally invasive (laparoscopic) liver surgery, which they pioneered. They have performed over 430 of these surgeries with band-aid sized incisions for cancers and benign liver tumors.

Only a handful of centers in the U.S. offer this minimally invasive surgical option for treating liver tumors.

For tumors that are inoperable, we have a wide range of treatments including:

Coordinated Care for People With Liver and Pancreatic Cancers

To ensure you receive careful evaluation to determine the best treatment options, our team at the UPMC Liver Cancer Center maintains collaborative partnerships with experts at the:

To contact the HPB Division or to make an appointment at the UPMC Liver Cancer Center, call 412-692-2001.

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