hepatectomy


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hepatectomy

[‚hep·ə′tek·tə·mē]
(medicine)
Surgical removal of the liver or a part of it.
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To test whether overexpression of miR-10a can accelerate the proliferation of hepatocytes, immunohistochemistry was performed to test the positive rate of proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) in the remnant liver after partial hepatectomy.
17 C3 deficiency results in diminished liver regeneration, accompanied by transient or fatal liver failure after partial hepatectomy.
Effect of fish oil, olive oil, and vitamin E on liver pathology, cell proliferation, and antioxidant defense system in rats subjected to partial hepatectomy.
Material and Methods: A retrospective evaluation of 46 liver donors to whom hepatectomy was applied in Medipol Universty of School of Medicine Department of Organ Transplantation between April 2014 and July 2015 was made.
This procedure brought a decrease in the frequency and intensity of cholangitis in these patients, although the standard treatment for such patients is either partial hepatectomy for localized disease or liver transplantation for the diffuse variety24,29,43-45.
The incidence is higher after central hepatectomy, right anterior sectoral resection, left trisegmentectomy and caudate lobe resections.
All of these outcomes were more likely with greater American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) preoperative classifications, abnormal symptoms or laboratory values, pancreatectomy, colectomy, proctectomy, hepatectomy, or esophagectomy.
It is common in major hepatic surgery including liver transplantation and partial hepatectomy.
She was status post en bloc extrahepatic bile duct resection with right hepatectomy three years earlier with subsequent neoadjuvant chemotherapy and had developed high-grade recurrence.
Synchronous right hepatectomy and cesarean section in a pregnant lady with hepatocellular carcinoma.
Age-related clinicopathologic and molecular features of patients receiving curative hepatectomy for hepatocellular carcinoma.