Dr Vikram Raut

Director - Liver Transplantation and HPB Surgery

MBBS, MS, FACS, Fellowship in Liver Transplant

( Japan, France, South Korea)

A passion for helping others led me down the path of Medicine into a career that allows me to provide my patients with high-quality healthcare.

I am Director Liver Transplantation and Hepatobiliary Surgery at Medicover Hospitals, Maharashtra cluster, India I have extensive experience of Living-donor liver transplantation, with cumulative experience of over 1100 liver transplants.

I completed surgical training at B.Y. L Nair hospital Mumbai. I went to Kyoto University Hospital, Kyoto Japan for a fellowship in liver transplantation. I also had training in liver transplantation and hepatobiliary surgery at Hospital Beaujon, Paris, France, and Asan Medical Center, Seoul, South Korea. Recently I completed Robotic and Laparoscopic Liver Surgery training at Yonsai University and Seoul National University Seoul Korea.

Achievements and Awards
  • International Travel Scholar Award 2010” given by International Liver transplantation society, (ILTS) for clinical training in Liver Transplantation.
  • Takeda Science Foundation Scholar” given by Takeda Science Foundation, Osaka, Japan for research on need of splenectomy in ABO-incompatible liver transplantation with pre-operative Rituximab prophylaxis.
  • Young Investigator Award” by European Association for study of tI liver Disease (EASL), at Berlin, Germany.
  • Travel award” at Japan Surgical Society’s Annual conference at Kyoto, Japan.
  • Best oral presentation” at XXIII National Conference of Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology.l


Splenectomy does not offer immunological benefits in ABO-incompatible liver transplantation with a preoperative rituximab


Surgery Today. S.

Management of ABO-incompatible living-donor liver transplantation: past and present trends.


Annals of surgery.

Inherent limitations" in donors: control matched study of consequences following a right hepatectomy for living donation and benign liver lesions.


Surgery today,
44(7), 1189-1196

Surgical approach to prevent small-for-size syndrome in recipient after left lobe adult-LDLT.


16 (2): 183-187

Laparoscopic Left Lateral Resection Is Gold Standard for Benign Liver Lesion: Control Matched Study.