Liver and Pancreatobiliary Surgery: With Liver Transplantation
The handbook provides concise descriptions of diseases affecting the liver, biliary tree and pancreas, including their management. Interventional procedures and operative techniques form a substantial part of the text and these are accompanied by clear diagrams to aid the reader. The handbook is designed to be portable, enabling the trainee to quickly access information in the operating theatre or clinic without having to resort to larger texts.
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abdominal abscess acute liver failure Aetiology ascites assessment asymptomatic autoimmune bile leak biliary biopsy bleeding Budd-Chiari syndrome caudate Child-Pugh score cholangiocarcinoma cholangitis cholecystectomy cholecystitis chronic cirrhosis Clinical features colorectal common bile duct common hepatic complications cyst cystic duct diagnosis diameter dilatation dissection distal Divide donor drainage dysfunction encephalopathy endoscopic ERCP extrahepatic fluid gallbladder gallstones graft hepatectomy hepatic artery hepatic duct hepatic vein hepatocellular carcinoma incision Indications infection injury intentionally left blank intrahepatic intraoperative jaundice laparoscopic Left hepatectomy left hepatic lesions ligament ligate liver disease liver metastases liver resection liver transplantation malignancy necrosis obstruction occlusion ofthe pain pancreatic duct parenchymal transection patients percutaneous perfusion peritoneal portal hypertension portal vein posterior postoperative preoperative Primary Primary sclerosing cholangitis renal retrieval right hepatectomy right hepatic right lobe risk segment sepsis splenic stent stricture superior mesenteric suprahepatic IVC surgery surgical survival syndrome technique thrombosis tumour ultrasound unresectable varices vascular venous