Successful liver transplantation in an adult residual atrial septal defect and left-to-right shunt.


A case of orthotopic liver transplantation performed in an adult, presenting postviral C cirrhosis and a residual atrial septal defect, is reported. This defect was responsible for a left-to-right shunt and moderate systolic pulmonary hypertension. Liver transplantation was done using an inferior vena cava preservation technique with a latero-lateral cavo… (More)


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