Theory of Relativity for Posterosuperior Segments of the Liver

@article{Fiorentini2019TheoryOR,
  title={Theory of Relativity for Posterosuperior Segments of the Liver},
  author={G Fiorentini and Francesco Ratti and Federica Cipriani and Lidia Cinelli and Maddalena Catena and Mattia Paganelli and L Aldrighetti},
  journal={Annals of Surgical Oncology},
  year={2019},
  volume={26},
  pages={1149-1157}
}
BackgroundThe accessibility to posterosuperior segments of the liver has traditionally constituted a restrain to adopt the laparoscopic approach in this setting. To overcome this challenge, multiple approaches have been reported in literature. Total transabdominal approach has been previously described for this purpose, even though the rationale to standardly adopt it and a technical depiction of how to achieve an optimal mobilization has never been specifically addressed.MethodsTotal… CONTINUE READING

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