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The Consistent, Painless Approach to Liver Management

FibroScan

DHAT Research Institute, a division of Digestive Health Associates of Texas, P.A., now offers FibroScan®, an accurate, non-invasive, painless aid for managing patients with liver disease. FibroScan is FDA-approved for clinical management of patients with liver disease and is covered by most insurance carriers.

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How does FibroScan work?

FibroScan works by emitting a pulse of energy, which you may feel as a slight vibration on your skin. FibroScan then measures the speed of this energy and immediately provides this information to your physician, who then uses it as part of a broader evaluation of your liver health.

The Benefits

  • Covered by most insurance plans and will accept self-pay
  • The procedure is painless and takes about 10 minutes
  • Consistent results
  • The examined area is 100x the size of a needle biopsy
  • No down time or missed work

For more information about FibroScan please contact:

DHAT Research Institute

972.265.8201 research@dhat.com

Patients with no insurance are not a problem. We accept cash payment as well. Call for Rates.

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Indications Reference List

  • Abscess of liver
  • Acute and subacute hepatic failure
  • Acute and subacute hepatic failure with coma
  • Acute and subacute hepatic failure without coma
  • Acute delta-(super) infection of hepatitis B carrier
  • Acute hepatitis B with delta-agent with hepatic coma
  • Acute hepatitis B with delta-agent without hepatic coma
  • Acute hepatitis B without delta-agent and without hepatic coma
  • Acute hepatitis B without delta-agent with hepatic coma
  • Acute hepatitis C with hepatic coma
  • Acute hepatitis C without hepatic coma
  • Acute hepatitis E
  • Acute viral hepatitis, unspecified
  • Alcoholic cirrhosis of liver
  • Alcoholic cirrhosis of liver with ascites
  • Alcoholic cirrhosis of liver without ascites
  • Alcoholic fatty liver
  • Alcoholic fibrosis and sclerosis of liver
  • Alcoholic hepatic failure
  • Alcoholic hepatic failure with coma
  • Alcoholic hepatic failure without coma
  • Alcoholic hepatitis
  • Alcoholic hepatitis with ascites
  • Alcoholic hepatitis without ascites
  • Alcoholic liver disease, unspecified
  • Autoimmune hepatitis
  • Biliary cirrhosis, unspecified
  • Chronic active hepatitis, not elsewhere classified
  • Chronic hepatic failure
  • Chronic hepatic failure with coma
  • Chronic hepatic failure without coma
  • Chronic hepatitis, not elsewhere classified
  • Chronic hepatitis, unspecified
  • Chronic lobular hepatitis, not elsewhere classified
  • Chronic persistent hepatitis, not elsewhere classified
  • Chronic viral hepatitis B with delta-agent
  • Chronic viral hepatitis B without delta-agent
  • Chronic viral hepatitis C
  • Chronic viral hepatitis, unspecified
  • Cytomegaloviral hepatitis
  • Fatty (change of) liver, not elsewhere classified
  • Fibrosis and cirrhosis of liver
  • Granulomatous hepatitis, not elsewhere classified
  • Hepatic failure, not elsewhere classified
  • Hepatic failure, unspecified
  • Hepatic failure, unspecified with coma
  • Hepatic fibrosis
  • Hepatic fibrosis with hepatic sclerosis
  • Hepatic sclerosis
  • Hepatitis A with hepatic coma
  • Hepatitis A without hepatic coma
  • Heptatic failure, unspecified without coma
  • Herpes viral hepatitis
  • Inflammatory liver disease, unspecified
  • Liver disease, unspecified
  • Liver disorders in diseases classified elsewhere
  • Mumps hepatitis
  • Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH)
  • Nonspecific reactive hepatitis
  • Other and unspecified cirrhosis of liver
  • Other chronic hepatitis, not elsewhere classified
  • Other chronic viral hepatitis
  • Other cirrhosis of liver
  • Other diseases of liver
  • Other inflammatory liver diseases
  • Other specified acute viral hepatitis
  • Other specified diseases of liver
  • Other specified inflammatory liver diseases
  • Primary biliary cirrhosis
  • Secondary biliary cirrhosis
  • Secondary syphilitic hepatitis
  • Sequela of viral hepatitis
  • Toxic liver disease
  • Toxic liver disease with acute hepatitis
  • Toxic liver disease with cholestasis
  • Toxic liver disease with chronic active hepatitis
  • Toxic liver disease with chronic active hepatitis with ascites
  • Toxic liver disease with chronic active hepatitis without ascites
  • Toxic liver disease with chronic lobular hepatitis
  • Toxic liver disease with chronic persistent hepatitis
  • Toxic liver disease with fibrosis and cirrhosis of liver
  • Toxic liver disease with hepatic necrosis, without coma
  • Toxic liver disease with hepatitis, not elsewhere classified
  • Toxic liver disease with other disorders of liver
  • Toxic liver disease, unspecified
  • Toxoplasma hepatitis
  • Unspecified cirrhosis of liver
  • Unspecified viral hepatitis B with hepatic coma
  • Unspecified viral hepatitis B without hepatic coma
  • Unspecified viral hepatitis C with hepatic coma
  • Unspecified viral hepatitis C without hepatic coma
  • Unspecified viral hepatitis with hepatic coma
  • Unspecified viral hepatitis without hepatic coma
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