Technique of right hemihepatectomy preserving ventral right anterior section guided by area of hepatic venous drainage.

@article{Tanaka2010TechniqueOR,
  title={Technique of right hemihepatectomy preserving ventral right anterior section guided by area of hepatic venous drainage.},
  author={Kuniya Tanaka and Chizuru Matsumoto and Hideki Takakura and Kenichi Matsuo and Yasuhiko Nagano and Itaru Endo and Shinji Togo and Hiroshi Shimada and Holger Bourquain and Heinz Otto Peitgen},
  journal={Surgery},
  year={2010},
  volume={147 3},
  pages={
          450-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND Although the consequences of partial venous outflow interruption have attracted only limited attention in liver surgery, maximal preservation of liver function after hepatic resection requires preservation of circulation in the remnant liver, especially hepatic vein drainage. METHODS Data from 30 patients undergoing 3-dimensional imaging were analyzed to clarify the relationship between the area of the ventral right anterior section (RAS) and that drained by regional hepatic vein… CONTINUE READING

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