Partial portal arterialization for hepatic arterial thrombosis after living-donor liver transplant.

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OBJECTIVES The most serious, life-threatening complication after living-donor liver transplant is a hepatic arterial thrombosis. Although possible therapies for acute hepatic arterial thrombosis include revascularization to salvage the graft, or retransplant, these may be difficult to perform owing to technical aspects and donor shortages. Previously, we… (More)

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@article{Hayashi2012PartialPA, title={Partial portal arterialization for hepatic arterial thrombosis after living-donor liver transplant.}, author={Hironori Hayashi and Hiroyuki Takamura and Takashi Tani and Isamu Makino and Hisatoshi Nakagawara and Hidehiro Tajima and Hirohisa Kitagawa and Ichiro Onishi and Koichi Shimizu and Tetsuo Ohta}, journal={Experimental and clinical transplantation : official journal of the Middle East Society for Organ Transplantation}, year={2012}, volume={10 3}, pages={247-51} }