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The competition between the native and the grafted liver in heterotopic auxiliary liver transplantation (HALT) with portal vein arterialization (PVA) was investigated in a rat model. The experimental groups were: HALT with flow-regulated PVA and 70% resection of a native liver and graft (n = 32; group I) versus 70% liver resection (n = 32; group II). After(More)
Clinical results of portal vein arterialization (PVA) in liver transplantation are controversial. One reason for this is the lack of a standardized flow regulation. Our experiments in rats compared PVA with blood-flow regulation to PVA with hyperperfusion in heterotopic auxiliary liver transplantation (HALT). In group I (n = 19), the graft's portal vein was(More)
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