Meet the Mount Sinai Pediatric Liver Team
May 9, 2013
The Pediatric Liver Transplant Program of the Recanati/Miller Transplantation Institute at Mount Sinai, provides advanced and compassionate care for children with liver disease and those requiring liver transplantation. As documented in this video lovingly created by the son of Ronen Arnon, MD, our Program partners highly-skilled doctors with young patients and their families to achieve the best possible outcomes.
Short Bowel Syndrome
February 29, 2012
Dr. Lauren Schwartz, a gastroenterologist and intestinal rehabilitation and transplant specialist, discusses a rare condition known as short bowel syndrome that affects about 40,000 Americans.
Living Donation: Kelly and Netfa
March 19, 2012
Kelly Belgrave, a kidney/pancreas transplant recipient, is now dialysis-free and no longer requires daily insulin injections, thanks to her fiancé and living donor Netfa Rickets.
A Life-Saving Transplant: Baby Ariz
March 29, 2012
Dr. Sander Florman talks about the life-saving liver transplant he and a team of specialists at Mount Sinai performed on Ariz Gadat when Ariz was less than a month old and weighed only seven pounds.
A Very Rare Transplant Saves Baby Anthony
March 30, 2012
RMTI surgeons tell the story of the very rare, high-risk type of liver transplant they successfully performed on Anthony Gallagher when he was eight months-old that saved his life.
Mom Gives Baby Daughter the Gift of Life
April 2, 2012
Jennilynne Barters, who donated a piece of her liver to her seven month-old daughter Ellieanna, talks with members of RMTI’s pediatric liver transplant team about the ‘split-liver’ transplant that saved her daughter’s life.