Mangaluru: SCS Hospital organizes free fatty liver screening camp

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Mangaluru, Feb 1: A free fatty liver screening camp was conducted by SCS Hospital for the general public and more than 100 people have opted for free fatty liver screening. Liver disorders including fatty liver if not screened and treated in the initial stages can lead to long term disorders and permanent liver damage.

During screening the doctors are able to find out significant information of high value and enable patients requiring medical intervention to seek help. The camp was led by Dr Chandrashekar J Sorake, consultant Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist, SCS Hospital assisted by Dr Shalini, Dr Satya Bhat and the hospital team. Free screening and consultation followed by an educative talk and presentation by the Medical team of the hospital for the people were the key highlights of the day.

The people were thankful to the doctors and SCS Hospital management for the counselling and free fatty liver screening which they found beneficial. The hospital plans to conduct a few more similar free camps for the benefit of the general public in the near future. SCS Institute for Gastrointestinal and Liver Disorder is always available throughout the year for the benefits of needy patients.




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