Liver Transplant: The Surgery, Recovery and Quality of Life | Q&A

Johns Hopkins transplant surgeon Andrew Cameron discusses the liver transplant procedure and recovery, the incision, quality of life after transplant, research and rejection medication.

Questions answered:
1. Describe liver transplant. (0:11)
2. Explain the recovery from surgery. (0:40)
3. What kind of scar will be present afterwards? (1:01)
4. What quality of life can a patient expect after a liver transplant? (1:18)
5. How does our transplant research affect patient care? (1:37)
6. What is the most rewarding thing about your work? (2:12)
7. What makes the Hopkins program unique? (2:38)

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Andrew Cameron, MD, PhD

Andrew Cameron, MD, PhD

Chief, Division of Transplantation

Andrew Cameron is associate professor of surgery, chief of the division of transplantation and director of liver transplantation at Johns Hopkins. His expertise lies in the areas of Abdominal Surgery, End Stage Liver Disease, Hepatobiliary ...

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