Dr. Christopher Blake Hughes M.D.
Transplant Surgeon4500 San Pablo Rd S Jacksonville FL, 32224
Dr. Christopher Hughes is a transplant surgeon practicing in Jacksonville, FL. Dr. Hughes specializes in organ transplants, and may perform surgeries involved with the transplant of organs such as the kidneys, liver, pancreas, intestines, heart, lungs, tracheal tissue and more. As a transplant surgeon, Dr. Hughes performs long, complex surgeries that might take many hours to complete. Transplant surgeons remove the organ from the donor as well as transplant the organ in the recipient. Dr. Hughes works with transplant physicians, nurses and surgical residents, and is responsible for and complications which may arise during or after surgery.
Education and Training
Univ of Tn, Memphis, Coll of Med, Memphis Tn 1991
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
- Liver retransplantation of patients with hepatitis C infection is associated with acceptable patient and graft survival.
- Serum fibrosis markers can predict rapid fibrosis progression after liver transplantation for hepatitis C.
- Long-term outcomes of donation after cardiac death liver allografts from a single center.
- Liver transplantation using young pediatric donor grafts in adults with hepatitis C infection.
- Surgical site infection after liver transplantation: risk factors and association with graft loss or death.
- Unexplained and prolonged perioperative hypotension after orthotopic liver transplantation: undiagnosed systemic mastocytosis.
- Liver transplantation using controlled donation after cardiac death donors: an
- Primary liver transplantation vs liver resection followed by transplantation for transplantable hepatocellular carcinoma: Liver functional quality and tumor characteristics matter.
- The history of trying to fix liver allocation: why a consensus approach will never work.
- Univ Of Tn Coll Of Med, General Surgery
- University Of Tn College Of Med
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