Fatty liver in liver transplantation and surgery.

@article{Selzner2001FattyLI,
  title={Fatty liver in liver transplantation and surgery.},
  author={Markus Selzner and Pierre Alain Clavien},
  journal={Seminars in liver disease},
  year={2001},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={105-13}
}
Steatosis of the liver is common in Western countries, affecting about 25% of donors for liver transplantation and 20% of patients undergoing liver resection. Transplantation of livers with severe steatosis (> 60%) is associated with a high risk of primary nonfunction, and these livers should not be used for organ donation. In contrast, transplantation with livers containing mild steatosis (< 30%) yields results similar to those of transplantation performed with nonfatty livers. The outcome of… CONTINUE READING
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Fatty hepatocytes have reduced tolerance against ischemic injury with a predominant necrotic form of cell death .
Fatty hepatocytes have reduced tolerance against ischemic injury with a predominant necrotic form of cell death .
Fatty hepatocytes have reduced tolerance against ischemic injury with a predominant necrotic form of cell death .
Fatty hepatocytes have reduced tolerance against ischemic injury with a predominant necrotic form of cell death .
Fatty hepatocytes have reduced tolerance against ischemic injury with a predominant necrotic form of cell death .
Fatty liver in liver transplantation and surgery .
Fatty liver in liver transplantation and surgery .
Fatty liver in liver transplantation and surgery .
Fatty liver in liver transplantation and surgery .
Steatosis of the liver is common in Western countries , affecting about 25% of donors for liver transplantation and 20% of patients undergoing liver resection .
Steatosis of the liver is common in Western countries , affecting about 25% of donors for liver transplantation and 20% of patients undergoing liver resection .
Steatosis of the liver is common in Western countries , affecting about 25% of donors for liver transplantation and 20% of patients undergoing liver resection .
Steatosis of the liver is common in Western countries , affecting about 25% of donors for liver transplantation and 20% of patients undergoing liver resection .
Fatty hepatocytes have reduced tolerance against ischemic injury with a predominant necrotic form of cell death .
Fatty hepatocytes have reduced tolerance against ischemic injury with a predominant necrotic form of cell death .
Fatty hepatocytes have reduced tolerance against ischemic injury with a predominant necrotic form of cell death .
Fatty hepatocytes have reduced tolerance against ischemic injury with a predominant necrotic form of cell death .
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