Hospital Selayang hepatobiliary unit

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  • Sunday, 12 Dec 2010

DEDICATED liver services in Malaysia started only in 1992, and was pioneered by Health Ministry director-general Tan Sri Dr Mohd Ismail Merican in Hospital Kuala Lumpur to meet the demands of patients who suffer from complications of liver diseases.

In 1999, this service was relocated to Hospital Selayang, which has since evolved into the national tertiary referral centre specialised in the management of critically ill patients with acute and chronic liver diseases.

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