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Dr Madhavi Kasi's Profile


Dr Madhavi Kasi

Dr Madhavi Kasi is expert in general medicine and gastroenterology. MBBS, MRCP, FRACP

Dr Madhavi Kasi graduated from the NTR University, India, in 2004. She has completed general medicine and gastroenterology training at Nottingham University Hospital, UK, along with a sub-specialty in hepatology.

Dr Kasi has undertaken a Hepatology Transplant Fellowship from Addenbrookes Hospital, University of Cambridge, UK. She holds membership from the Royal College of Physicians, UK, and The Royal Australian College of Physicians.


Dr. Kasi is currently practicing as a consultant in Hepatology and Gastroenterology at the Prince Charles Hospital, and she has been the leading Hepatologist in this region since 2020. She extends her services to regional patients in Mackay. She has been actively training junior doctors and improving services around this region.

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The intestines are a crucial part of the digestive system, and various diseases and conditions can affect them, leading to a range of symptoms. Here are some common diseases of the intestines:


There are various diseases and conditions that can affect the stomach, leading to symptoms ranging from mild discomfort to more severe issues. Some common stomach diseases include:

Gall Bladder Illnesses

The gallbladder is a small organ located beneath the liver, and it plays a role in storing and releasing bile, which helps in the digestion of fats. Various illnesses can affect the gallbladder, leading to symptoms and complications. Some common gallbladder illnesses include:


Pancreatitis is a condition where the pancreas, an organ in your abdomen, becomes inflamed. The pancreas plays a crucial role in digestion by producing enzymes that help break down food and hormones that regulate blood sugar.


Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) is a condition where there is an excessive accumulation of fat in the liver, but it is not caused by alcohol consumption. In simple terms, it means that the liver has more fat than normal, and this can lead to various health problems.