Split liver transplantation: Theoretical and practical aspects

Split liver transplantation: Theoretical and practical aspects


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783798512566
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
Publication date: 10/03/2002
Pages: 158
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

1.1 History of split liver transplantation.- 1.2 Split liver transplantation: what has been done and where is the need.- 1.3 Logistic aspects and procedures in split liver transplantation.- 1.4 Allocation policies, logistics, and resource demands of living-related donor and split liver grafts: — the American experience.- 2.1 Anatomy of the liver.- 2.2 Consequences of anatomy for the split liver surgeon.- 2.3 Which liver is splitable?.- 3.1 The Paris technique.- 3.2 Technique for ex situ cadaveric liver graft division.- 3.3 Technique of left-lateral in situ splitting.- 3.4 In situ splitting “Full right — Full left” for two adult recipients.- 4.1 How much liver does the patient need?.- 4.2 Transplantation of the right liver graft - technical aspects.- 4.3 Technique of implantation of the left graft.- 5.1 Results of ex situ split liver transplantation.- 5.2 Results of in situ splitting.- 5.3 The paradigm of split liver transplantation: a word of caution.- 5.4 Split liver transplant for two adults: initial experience at Paul Brousse Hospital.- 5.5 Split liver transplantation outlook to the future.

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