Dr. Swapnil  Sharma

Dr. Swapnil Sharma

Fortis Hospital, Mulund | Hiranandani Hospital, Vashi – A Fortis network Hospital Liver Transplant / Hepatobiliary Surgery

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Doctor’s Profile

Introduction – dr. Swapnil Sharma is a consultant liver transplant, hepatobiliary & gi surgery with over 10 years of experience. Academic background – dr. Swapnil has graduated and done his master's in general surgery (ms) from pt nm. government medical college, Raipur, Chattishgarh. Subsequently, he has worked as a senior resident in All India Institute of medical sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi and GB Pant hospital, New Delhi before joining the DNB super-specialty training program in gi surgery at Jagjivan Ram Western Railway Hospital, Mumbai where he trained under renowned surgical gastroenterologist dr. P. J. Haldar. Experience – After completing his training, Dr. Swapnil has worked at various hospitals like Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital, Mumbai, Global Hospital, Mumbai and Apollo Hospital, Navi Mumbai as a liver transplant & HPB surgeon. Dr. Swapnil has been involved in abo-incompatible liver transplant, youngest liver transplant in western India (liver transplant of the four-month-old patient with biliary atresia), liver transplant in situs inversus patient and liver transplant in Abernethy malformation patient. Areas of interest/expertise – Besides liver transplantation, he performs complex gastrointestinal surgeries like multi-visceral resection, portal hypertension surgery (shunt surgery), hepatobiliary & pancreatic surgery, liver resections, and complex stomach and intestinal surgery. His areas of interest are liver transplant, hepatobiliary, pancreatic surgery and complex gastrointestinal surgery.


  • Gastric follicular dendritic cell sarcoma:  a case report of a rare entity. Gastroenterology and hepatology (cscanada) vol. 2, no. 1, 2015. Simultaneous living donor liver transplant with sleeve gastrectomy for metabolic syndrome and nash-related esld-first report from India. Indian j Gastroenterol. 2017 May. kinetics of liver regeneration in donors after living donor liver transplantation: a retrospective analysis of "2/3rd partial hepatectomy" model at 3 months. Indian  j gastroenterol. 2018 march. A left-sided cystic pancreatic incidentaloma with sigmoid colon adenocarcinoma: a case report. J med case rep. 2018 Aug 30;12(1):251. Abernethy malformation: single centre experience from India with Review of Literature. Sharma, s et al. Indian j Gastroenterol (2018). Dengue transmission from donor to recipient after living donor liver transplant. Tropical gastroenterology

  • MS,DNB - Surgical Gastroenterology, Fellowship in Liver Transplant & HPB

  •   Liver Transplant Society Of India (LTSI) International Liver Transplant Society (ILTS)

  • Paper presentations: “Evaluation of coagulation derangement in trauma patients” at cg asicon durg-bhilai chapter 2010. Poster presented in 22nd national conference of the Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (IASGCON 2012, Bangalore. “hepaticodocholithiasis- a problematic situation” Poster presented in IHPBA cancer 2014, Mumbai, and selected for best poster award. “An unusual association of microcystic serous cystadenoma of pancreas with adenocarcinoma of sigmoid colon” Oral paper presented in “IHPBA world congress 2014, Seoul, South Korea. “Right sectoral & segmental bile duct injury, diagnosis and management– a single institutional experience. Poster presented in the national conference of the Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (IASGCON 2016, Coimbatore. “Are drains required after donor hepatectomy” Poster presented in “American Transplant Congress” 2017, Chicago.


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