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Plamen Mihaylov, MD, PhD, FEBS a Transplant Surgeon with IU Health University Hospital


Get to know Transplant Surgeon Dr. Plamen Mihaylov, who serves patients in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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(YorkPedia Editorial):- New York City, New York Jan 28, 2023 ( – Dr. Mihaylov is a skilled transplant surgeon with a focus on liver, kidney, and intestine/multivisceral transplants for both adults and children. His clinical interests extend to include living donor liver transplantation, split liver transplantation, and robotic surgery. He is currently in practice at IU Health University and serves as an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

A native of Bulgaria, he received his medical degrees from the Medical University of Varna in Bulgaria and the University of Milano School of Medicine in Italy. He completed his general surgery training at the University of Pavia School of Medicine in Italy, before moving on to complete his transplant surgery fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine in 2017.

Transplant surgery is where an organ in the body is replaced with an organ from a donor. A transplant surgeon is a surgeon who performs organ transplants. Among the many organs that can be transplanted are kidneys. livers, hearts, lungs, the pancreas, the intestine (especially the small intestine), and recently, faces, tracheal (windpipe) tissue, and penises.

In addition to his professional credentials, Dr. Mihaylov is also fluent in Italian and Bulgarian, which is an added advantage in his field of expertise.

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