Glissonian approach during hepathectomy

Chapuis-Roux E, et al. Glissonian approach during hepathectomy (with video). J Visc Surg. 2015 Jun;152(3):199-200.

Full-text for Emory users.

“To facilitate liver resection, a technique of glissonian approach was developed [2]. The glissonian approach during hepatectomy is a selective vascular clamping procedure reproducible requiring preoperative imaging data study and intraoperative ultrasound Doppler [3] and permeability with US air test [4]. In practice, this approach is feasible in about 80% of patients due to portal anatomical abnormalities.”

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