- Describes techniques
- Laparoscopic liver surgery
- Living donor transplantation
The objective of The Posterior Intrahepatic Approach in Liver Surgery is to describe techniques, as the more routine application today of split liver, living donor transplantation has continued to teach us more about the anatomy of the liver and its applications. Furthermore, laparoscopic surgery in general has grown space and it is important to show the application of the posterior approach in laparoscopic liver surgery as well.
Content Level » Research
Keywords » Intrahepatic - Liver - Posterior - Split liver - Surgery
Related subjects » Medicine
Table of contents
Surgical Anatomy of the Liver and Associated Structures.- General Principles of Liver Surgery.- Left Hepatectomy and Extended Left Hepatectomy.- Right Hepatectomy and Extended Right Hepatectomy.- Segmentectomy Procedures: The Left Liver.- Segmentectomy Procedures: The Right Liver.- Resection of the Dorsal Sector: Segmentectomy 1 and Segmentectomy 9.- Liver Resections Associated with Proximal Bile Duct Cancer.- Liver Resection Associated with Resection of Gallbladder Cancer.- Repair of Post-Cholecystectomy Strictures.- Hepatectomies by Laparoscopic Approach: Intra-Glissonian Approach versus Extra-Glissonian and Posterior Approach.