Hepatology Program Contact number | 202-476-3032

Infant with a Children's Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, Hepatology Program pediatric hepatitis specialist.

Understanding Hepatitis

Children's specialists are experts in many different types of pediatric hepatitis, or liver inflammation.

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Children's National's Hepatology Program provides specialized diagnostic, evaluation, and treatmentservices for children with a variety of liver diseases. The program is coordinated through the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, andNutrition.

We emphasize a personal approach to care, and the program's pediatric gastroenterologists workclosely with related specialists from the divisions of Radiology, Laboratory Medicine, Anesthesiology, and Pathology to create an individual care plan for every patient.

Conditions treated in the Hepatology Program include:

  • Autoimmunehepatitis
  • Autoimmunehepatitis
  • Biliaryatresia
  • Drug-related hepatitis
  • Infectious hepatitis (includinghepatitis B and C)
  • Metabolic hepatitis (such as Wilson's Disease)
  • Neonatal hepatitis
  • Steatohepatitis (fatty liver)
  • TPN-related hepatitis

Our advanced services include radiologic studies, including sonograms, Magnetic ResonantCholangiograms (MRCP) and liver biopsies if necessary.

Additionally, our Hepatology Program routinely follows patients who are listed forliver transplantation and have already received transplantation.

A Program to Meet the Needs of Families

Children's National offers weekly clinics for patients and their families to teach them more about liverdisease, provide them with an opportunity to ask questions, and help them cope with a child'sillness.

Hepatology Program Team

  • Parvathi Mohan 2017

    Parvathi Mohan
    Interim Chief, Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition; Director of Hepatology