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Patient characteristics and outcomes of treatment Case Age Sex Chemotherapy Surgical details 1 8 F PLADO R hepatectomy Clear margins 2 5 F VIDE R hepatectomy Clear margins Spillage 3 6 F VIDE R hepatectomy Clear margins Spillage 4 8 F Declined Partial hepatectomy Excision of part of diaphragm Residual disease 5 11 M VIDE R hepatectomy spontaneous rupture Case Additional information Follow up Status 1 15 years NED 2 21 months LTFU 3 Second look surgery: cyst 39 months NED removed 4 18 months DOD 5 Recurrence treated 12 months DOD with brachytherapy radiation PLADO = cisplatinum and doxorubicin; VIDE = vincristine, ifosfamide, doxorubicin, etoposide; NED = no evidence of disease; LTFU = lost to follow up; DOD = died of disease.
The most frequent major complications are blood or bile collections and intra-abdominal sepsis in the resection cavity after partial hepatectomy.
Diaphragmatic hernia after right donor hepatectomy: a rare donor complication of partial hepatectomy for transplantation.
Background & objectives: It has been reported that some proteins are released from mitochondria during liver regeneration after partial hepatectomy (PH), but the relationship between proteins release and mitochondriai permeability transition (MPT) remains unclear.
Blockage of the veins to control bleeding during partial hepatectomy results in the undesired ischemia (Watanabe et al.
Hepatic regeneration in peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor alpha-null mice after partial hepatectomy.
Partial hepatectomy is an established effective and potentially curative therapy for selected patients with benign and malignant hepatobiliary disease.
The patient had a partial hepatectomy with excellent results.