Hematologists specialize in treating blood disorders, both cancerous and noncancerous. Learn more about their qualifications and what they treat.
Hepatitis is one of the main reasons for seeking advice from a certified hepatologist, although patients are frequently referred for other causes.
Is a hepatologist better at treating hepatitis than a gastroenterologist? Learn what makes each unique and which is best for you as an individual.
There are many clinicians who can treat your hepatitis, from primary care physicians and nurses to gastroenterologists and hepatologists. Learn more.
Telehealth can be used to treat and manage symptoms of hepatitis A, B, and C, as well as hepatitis associated with chronic liver diseases.
Multiple myeloma treatment has many options, with the choice depending on the disease and the individual. Reviewed by a board-certified hematologist.
Multiple myeloma is a rare blood cancer that affects the plasma cells of the immune system. Reviewed by a board-certified hematologist.
The MELD score is a calculation done to evaluate the prognosis and estimate need for a liver transplant in people with liver failure. Learn more.
Hepatitis D, a severe form of viral hepatitis, can only cause disease in people with hepatitis B. Reviewed by a board-certified gastroenterologist.
An autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) diagnosis requires blood tests, imaging, and a liver biopsy to establish. Here’s what doctors look for and why.