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Intestine Transplant Types

Henry Ford is the first and only transplant center in Michigan performing all types of intestine transplants, also known as small bowel transplants. Our transplant team will evaluate your health to determine which transplant could provide the best option.

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Bowel transplant types at Henry Ford

Our surgeons are highly skilled at performing all types of intestine, or small bowel, transplants. Transplant types include:

  • Isolated intestine transplant, for patients with short bowel syndrome and no liver disease
  • Modified multivisceral transplant, for patients with short bowel syndrome requiring intestine, stomach, and pancreaticoduodenal complex
  • Full multivisceral transplant, for patients with short bowel syndrome requiring intestine, stomach, pancreaticoduodenal complex and liver transplant
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  • You currently have a temperature greater than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit
  • In the past 21 days, you have been diagnosed with COVID-19
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