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Resection of Liver and IVC for Cancer…

Resection of liver and IVC for cancer can yield promising results
Involvement of the IVC has traditionally been considered a relative contraindication to resection for advanced tumors of the liver. Sixty patients undergoing hepatic and IVC resection by the primary author …

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Significant Numbers of Patients with Liver Cancer…

Significant numbers of patients with liver cancer are still not being assessed by liver surgeons
There remains great variability in access to liver surgery for suitable patients. The authors conducted a study to examine the effect of patient and nonpatient factors …

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Hepatectomy without General Anaesthesia…

World’s first report of hepatectomy without general anaesthesia
Local anesthesia, including epidural anesthesia, has merit over general anesthesia for the reduction of perioperative cardiac and respiratory complications. This is the first report of hepatectomy performed under epidural anesthesia with conscious sedation …

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Intraoperative Repair of Bile Duct Injury…

Intraoperative repair of bile duct injury by specialists yields good results
Bile duct injury (BDI) remains the most serious complication of laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC). The best strategy in terms of timing of repair is still controversial. The authors performed a single-institution …