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Arizona Liver Health is open for business as normal. We are committed to the health and safety of our patients and staff. As such, we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation daily and have instituted extensive precautions and procedures to help ensure that safety. We will continue to update you as we receive information. If you have an appointment and are experiencing flu-like symptoms, please call 480-470-4000 to be re-scheduled.

Arizona’s Liver Clinic

With over 30 years of combined experience in liver disease treatment, our team is equipped to provide liver disease patients with better outcomes.

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Clinical Services

Clinical Services

We are experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of all liver diseases, with precise plans tailored for each patient to produce the best outcomes.

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Nutritional Services

Nutritional Services

We work closely with patients to create a customized nutrition plan to promote weight loss and manage obesity-related liver disease.

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Research & Clinical Trials

Research & Clinical Trials

We are a world-class research institute, actively engaged in extensive clinical trials that keep us at the forefront of discovery and innovative new treatments.

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Discover different diseases that affect the liver and see how AZ Liver Health can provide the correct diagnosis.

What Is Fibroscan Technology?

What Is Fibroscan Technology?

FibroScan® is a non-invasive method of measuring the amount of fatty infiltration and scarring in your liver. It utilizes a shear wave produced through its probe to measure liver stiffness. This process is also known as Liver Ultrasonographic Elastography.

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Fibroscan is non-invasive and painless. The probe presses against the skin near your rib cage and measures a 3 cm3 volume of liver tissue.

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A mechanical shear wave flows through the liver and the examination volume is 100 x the size of a typical liver biopsy and minimizes sampling error.

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Vibrations capture liver stiffness and attenuation levels to determine the extent of fat levels within the liver tissue. Results are shared with your doctor.

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