I chose this field to treat pancreatic and hepatobiliary cancers because they are aggressive cancers that require a team approach for treatment and complex multi-disciplinary management. I treat all my patients as family during this vulnerable time in their life and hope to educate them about their disease so that they can make the best decision for their care.
Pancreatic cancer, pancreatic cysts, chronic pancreatitis, necrotizing pancreatitis, pancreatic pseudocysts, hepato-biliary cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma, metastatic colorectal cancer to the liver and peritoneum, liver-directed therapies for metastatic disease, cholangiocarcinomas, choledochal cysts, bile duct injuries, bile duct strictures, gallbladder surgery, gallbladder cancer, gastric cancers, GIST tumors, neuroendocrine tumor of pancreas and GI tract, splenic disorders, duodenal and small bowel cancers, peri-ampullary cancers, upper and lower gastrointestinal tract cancers including recurrent rectal cancer, retroperitoneal and visceral sarcomas
Dr. Purvi Parikh is a hepato-pancreato-biliary surgeon and surgical oncologist at Rochester Regional Health based at Rochester General Hospital and Unity Hospital. She received a BS from Wilkes University and an MD from Drexel University School of Medicine. After completing residency in General Surgery at the University of Nebraska, Dr. Parikh completed a two-year prestigious Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary fellowship at Indiana University with prominent leaders in pancreas and liver diseases. She obtained a graduate degree in Clinical Science Investigation while at Indiana University and published numerous research articles and book chapters. She is nationally recognized for her expertise, skills and experience in HPB diseases from multiple national organizations.
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Rochester, NY 14621
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