Jurnalul de Chirurgie
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SURGICAL TECHNIQUE FOR LIVER DONOR PROCUREMENT
C. Lupaşcu
First Surgical Unit, „St. Spiridon” Hospital Iaşi
„Gr.T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iaşi, Romania
Jurnalul de chirurgie 2009; 5 (2): 192-197
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Abstract:

Transplantation of the liver is one of the most traumatic operations yet deviced and there is a tendency for it to be offered as a possible life-saving therapy to some of the sickest patients that are submitted to surgery. The concept of vascularized liver graft resulted from the pioneering work of Moore (1959) and Starzl (1960). In the last twenty years, the concept of multiorgan donor has been accepted in most European countries and USA, and, where possible, all organs that can be used are transplanted from a given donor, provided permission is forthcoming. Procurement of the whole liver graft from a heart-beating, but brain-dead, donor remains the standard method of liver procurement and is usually carried out as part af a multiple organ retrieval that also includes the kidneys, pancreas and thoracic organs, and occasionally intestinal grafts are being recovered. The author describes the standard approach for donor hepatectomy.

KEY WORDS: ORGAN PROCUREMENT, LIVER TRANSPLANTATION

Correspondence to: Cristian Lupaşcu, MD, PhD, Assoc. Professor of Surgery, First Surgical Unit, „St. Spiridon” Hospital Iaşi, 700111, Bd. Independenţei, No. 1, Iaşi, Romania; e-mail: cristianlupaş



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