Robert Lechowicz

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THE AIM OF THE STUDY was to analyze indications and results of the first one thousand liver transplantations at Chair and Clinic of General, Transplantation and Liver Surgery, Medical University of Warsaw. MATERIAL AND METHODS Data from 1000 transplantations (944 patients) performed at Chair and Clinic of General, Transplantation and Liver Surgery between(More)
BACKGROUND/AIM The aim of this study was to evaluate safety of donors of liver fragments of different size and regeneration of the remaining liver. METHODOLOGY Between October 1999 and January 2007 liver segments II and III were harvested from 90 donors and segments II, III and IV from 10 donors. Liver volumetry by computed tomography (CT) and biochemical(More)
INTRODUCTION Cirrhosis related to hepatitis C virus (HCV) and hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection is the most frequent indication for liver transplantation worldwide. Progress in prophylaxis of posttransplant HBV recurrence has led to major improvements in long-term outcomes of patients after liver transplantation. Conversely, impaired posttransplant survival(More)
Increased incidence of liver diseases, the development of liver surgery and other invasive methods for managing portal hypertension, plus an increasing number of liver transplant procedures pose more and more new challenges for ultrasonography. Ultrasonography, being an effective and clinically verified modality, has been used for several decades for(More)
BACKGROUND Computerized tomography-assisted volumetry permits one to estimate the volume of the liver graft as well as to monitor the regeneration in the donor for living- related liver transplantation (LRLT). METHODS The size of the whole liver and of the segments II, III, and IV was assessed in 64 living-related liver donors by preoperative computerized(More)
Ultrasound examination is a valuable method in diagnosing visceral vasoconstriction of atherosclerotic origin, as well as constriction related to the compression of the celiac trunk. Given the standard stenosis recognition criteria of >70%, the increase in peak systolic velocity (PSV) over 200 cm/s in the celiac trunk; of PSV > 275 cm/s in the superior(More)
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