Perioperative Challenges and Surgical Treatment of Large Simple, and Infectious Liver Cyst - A 12-Year Experience

@article{Maruyama2013PerioperativeCA,
  title={Perioperative Challenges and Surgical Treatment of Large Simple, and Infectious Liver Cyst - A 12-Year Experience},
  author={Yuichiro Maruyama and Koji Okuda and Toshiro Ogata and Masafumi Yasunaga and Hiroto Ishikawa and Yusuke Hirakawa and Kenjiro Fukuyo and Hiroyuki Horiuchi and Osamu Nakashima and Hisafumi Kinoshita},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2013},
  volume={8}
}
Background Cystic lesions of the liver consist of a heterogeneous group of disorders that can present diagnostic and therapeutic challenges. Methods A retrospective review of all medical records of adult patients diagnosed with large (>7 cm) cystic lesions of the liver between January 2000 and December 2011, at Kurume University Hospital. Cases with polycystic disease were excluded. Results Twenty three patients were identified. The mean size was 13.9 cm (range, 7-22cm). The majority of simple… Expand
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