Vascular occlusions for liver resections. Operative management and tolerance to hepatic ischemia: 142 cases.

@article{Delva1989VascularOF,
  title={Vascular occlusions for liver resections. Operative management and tolerance to hepatic ischemia: 142 cases.},
  author={Eric Delva and Yvon Camus and Bernard Nordlinger and Laurent Hannoun and Rolland Parc and H Deriaz and Andr{\'e} H Lienhart and Claude Huguet},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={1989},
  volume={209 2},
  pages={211-8}
}
The intra- and early postoperative courses of 142 consecutive patients who underwent liver resections using vascular occlusions to reduce bleeding were reviewed. In 127 patients, the remnant liver parenchyma was normal, and 15 patients had liver cirrhosis. Eighty-five patients underwent major liver resections: right, extended right, or left lobectomies. Portal triad clamping (PTC) was used alone in 107 cases. Complete hepatic vascular exclusion (HVE) combining PTC and occlusion of the inferior… CONTINUE READING

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