Review Article- Hepatic resection: An insight

By: Dr. Sanket Mehta
Authors: Joshi Rajeev M, Palep Jaydeep H, Sayed S
Journal: Indian Journal of Surgery
Start: December 1, 2005


Over a long period of years, surgery of the liver was associated with a high complication rate, and therefore was the domain of a small number of specialists. Thanks to our better understanding of the biological, anatomical, technical and pathological aspects of hepatic resection, most complications can now be avoided.

The main thrust of this article is to make valuable information available for younger colleagues, with emphasis on providing a differentiated synopsis of the problems of this formidable surgery with particular reference to practical situations.

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