Expert helps avert hydatid disease in western China

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Publish Time: 2021-12-13 Author: From: Xinhua

Wang Wentao (C) visits cured patients in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Jan. 17, 2020. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao (C) discusses treatment plans with other medical workers at West China Hospital of Sichuan University in Chengdu, capital of southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Dec. 3, 2021. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao shows the bilingual information board at West China Hospital of Sichuan University in Chengdu, capital of southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Dec. 3, 2021. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao wears an oxygen tube to prepare for a hydatid disease surgery at a hospital in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Jan. 16, 2020. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao (R) checks the condition of patients at West China Hospital of Sichuan University in Chengdu, capital of southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Dec. 3, 2021. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao (R) gives a thumb up to a hydatid disease patient to show encouragement at a hospital in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Jan. 16, 2020. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao (R) instructs as a local surgeon listens at a hospital in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Jan. 16, 2020. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao (L) uses the technology of extracorporeal hepatectomy plus liver autotransplantation in the treatment of a hydatid disease patient at a hospital in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Jan. 16, 2020. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao (L) uses the technology of extracorporeal hepatectomy plus liver autotransplantation in the treatment of a hydatid disease patient at a hospital in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Jan. 16, 2020. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao (1st L) discusses treatment plans with other medical workers at West China Hospital of Sichuan University in Chengdu, capital of southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Dec. 3, 2021. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao (C) checks the condition of a hydatid disease patient at West China Hospital of Sichuan University in Chengdu, capital of southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Dec. 3, 2021. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao (1st L) is welcomed by local people at a hospital in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Jan. 16, 2020. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

Wang Wentao (2nd R) checks the condition of a hydatid disease patient at a hospital in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, Jan. 16, 2020. Wang Wentao, deputy director of the liver surgery department at West China Hospital of Sichuan University, started his work on the prevention and control of hydatid disease in Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Garze in 2006 when he learned that some local people suffer from hydatid disease during one of his free clinic tours there. Hydatid disease, or echinococcosis, a parasitic disease caused by tapeworm, is a threat to the health of the residents of the herding areas in western China. Wang Wentao, along with his team, performed over 300 surgical operations to cure Hydatid patients, near half of which are performed in an innovative way, a result of extensive study and practice by his teamwork. (Xinhua/Liu Kun)

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