Strong association between frequency of intermittent inflow occlusion and transient increase in serum liver enzymes after hepatic resection.

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BACKGROUND/AIMS Although significantly higher serum levels of liver transaminases are commonly observed after hepatic resection, the factors responsible for the increase and the association between the increase and the postoperative course remain unclear. METHODOLOGY The study population comprised 70 patients who had undergone hepatic resection except… (More)

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@article{Teramoto2008StrongAB, title={Strong association between frequency of intermittent inflow occlusion and transient increase in serum liver enzymes after hepatic resection.}, author={Kenichi Teramoto and Noriaki Nakamura and Koji Ito and Atsushi Kudo and Norio Noguchi and Susumu Takamatsu and Tohru Kawamura and Sinji Tanaka and Shigeki Arii}, journal={Hepato-gastroenterology}, year={2008}, volume={55 82-83}, pages={636-40} }