Liver transplants rising at Austrian clinic
This article was originally published in Clinica
Improved technology and therapy techniques have made the University Clinic at Innsbruck the second-largest liver transplant centre in Austria. In an interview with the Austrian Press Agency, Professor Ivo Graziadei of the clinical department of gastroenterology and hepatology underlined the success of the clinic, saying that not only had it increased the number of transplants, but had also improved the survival rates for patients after an operation.
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