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Visiting doctor

Li Yueting

job title
Chief physician master tutor

Category:Expert clinic

Name: Li Yueting

Department: Surgery

Title: Chief Physician Master's Tutor

Visit time: every Thursday morning

Doctor Profile: Surgical treatment of hepatobiliary diseases, gastrointestinal diseases, thyroid diseases, breast diseases, laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery for gallstones, hepatic cysts, gastrointestinal diseases.


Li Yueting, male, Ph.D., Department of Hepatobiliary Surgery, Peking University, Chief Physician, Director of Surgery, Beijing Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, Director of Department of Surgery. Professor of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, master tutor of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, leader of health system in Haidian District. Member of the Standing Committee of the General Committee of the Chinese Association of Integrative Medicine, Standing Committee of the Endoscopic Bile Professional Committee of the Endoscopy Branch of the Chinese Medical Association. Member of the editorial board of the Journal of Minimally Invasive Surgery, editor of the Chinese Journal of Endoscopic Surgery (Electronic Edition), and editor of the Chinese Journal of Stomatology and Abdominal Surgery (Electronic Edition). Expert of the Chinese Medical Association medical accident identification expert database. Editorial Board of "Practical Chinese and Western Medicine Combined Surgery".


Engaged in surgical clinical work for more than 30 years, with skilled surgical skills, especially good at laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery.

Good at laparoscopic combined with choledochoscopy minimally invasive surgery, gallbladder stones, bile duct stones, thyroid tumors, breast tumors, liver tumors, colorectal tumors, abdominal hernia, appendicitis, laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery, conventional surgery and integrated Chinese and Western medicine treatment.

Scientific research:

In the research on the causes of gallstones and the prevention and treatment of integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine, as the person in charge of the project, he was awarded two projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation and funded by the Capital Medical Research Development Fund.

Published papers:

1.Li Yue-ting,Zhu Xue-guang,Zhao Xin-liang,An Guo-shun,Jia Hong-ti. Expression of Aminopeptidase N and Its Correlation with the Gallstones Formation.Chin J Biochem Mol biol.2001;17(4 ): 425-429.

2. Li Yueting, Zhu Xueguang, Chen Xiangbai. The effect and mechanism of ursodeoxycholic acid on the formation of gallstones in rabbits. Journal of Peking University (Medical Sciences), 2001; 33(5): 469-451.

3. Li Yueting, Zhu Xueguang, Xu Manshan. Expression of aminopeptidase N in rabbit liver and activity in bile. Chinese Journal of Experimental Surgery, 2001; 18(6): 545.

4. Li Yueting, Zhu Xueguang. The effect and mechanism of piperine on the formation of gallstones in rabbits. Chinese Journal of Hepatobiliary Surgery. 2003; 9(7): 426-428.

5. Li Yueting. A hundred years of progress in the surgical approach of gallstones. Chinese Journal of Endoscopic Surgery: Electronic Edition, 2010, 01: 126-134.

6. Zhang Chenguang, Feng Guangnan, Wu Jingtao, Liu Shaohui, Wang Hai, Li Yueting. Clinical observation of 66 cases of cholecystitis and gallstones treated with Lidan Decoction. Medical Review, 2011, 17(4): 1270-127.

7. Li Yueting. The cause of gallstones and the treatment of integrated Chinese and Western medicine. Chinese Journal of Endoscopic Surgery: Electronic Edition, 2012, 5 (3): 176-179.

8. Song XY, Xu S, Hu JF, Tang J, Chu SF, Liu H, Han N, Li JW, Zhang DM, Li YT, Chen NH. Piperine prevents cholesterol gallstones formation in mice. Eur J Pharmacol. 2015 Jan 30 ;751C: 112-117.

9. Li Yueting, Wang Guanbao. Reflections on the eradication and preservation of the minimally invasive era. The 5th National Endoscopic Minimally Invasive Conservative Conference, 2015, 162-164.

Visit time:

Gallstone special disease clinic: Monday morning

Expert clinic: Thursday morning

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