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Hepatic resection is considered to be feasible when all malignant nodules can be technically excised. The goal of the surgical approach is to optimize the oncologic resection (negative margins), sparing the non-cancerous hepatic parenchyma. The outflowing hepatic vein (HV) of that particular liver remnant must be intact in order to preserve its function.(More)
Patients and methods 30 pediatric patients (mean age: 36 months, mean PIM2 11%) with end stage liver failure submitted to liver transplantation from living/dead donor (split). All the patients during the first three postoperative days were submitted to supine chest radiograph and bedside lung ultrasound, during mechanical ventilation or NIV. Three(More)
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