Kidney failure following liver resection.

@article{Saner2008KidneyFF,
  title={Kidney failure following liver resection.},
  author={Fuat Hakan Saner},
  journal={Transplantation proceedings},
  year={2008},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={1221-4}
}
In the recent 20 years liver resection has become a routine operation with reasonably low risk. Experienced hepatobiliary centers have reported low mortality rates (0%-5%) even in series with high-risk resection (extended right or left resection). Acute kidney failure correlates well with mortality. In our series, more than 70% of patients with kidney failure, who require dialysis died. Acute renal failure develops if patients are kept hypovolemic or the patient suffers from postresectional… CONTINUE READING

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