Prevention of deep abdominal complications with omentoplasty on the raw surface after hepatic resection. The French Associations for Surgical Research.

@article{Paquet2000PreventionOD,
  title={Prevention of deep abdominal complications with omentoplasty on the raw surface after hepatic resection. The French Associations for Surgical Research.},
  author={J C Paquet and Chadli Dziri and Jean Marie Hay and Abe L Fingerhut and Guy Zeitoun and Bertrand Suc and Bernard Sastre},
  journal={American journal of surgery},
  year={2000},
  volume={179 2},
  pages={103-9}
}
BACKGROUND Several methods have been suggested to treat the hepatic raw surface after resection. Among these, omentoplasty (OP) has been employed occasionally but there are no clinical studies that clearly demonstrate its usefulness. METHODS Of 172 randomized patients undergoing hepatic resection between January 1991 and December 1994, 5 were withdrawn for protocol violation, leaving 167 who were randomly allotted to undergo OP (n = 87) on the hepatic raw surface or not (NO; n = 80). This… CONTINUE READING

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