The role of liver transplantation in the subacute trauma

Ginzburg, Enrique; Shatz, David; Lynn, Mauricio; Pombo, Hector; Diaz, Michael; Martin, Larry; Livingstone, Alan; Khan, M.F.; Nery, Jose; Tzakis, Andreas
April 1998
American Surgeon;Apr1998, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p363
Academic Journal
Describes the role of liver transplantation in the subacute liver trauma patients. Consideration in doing liver transplantation; Complications associated with liver transplantation; Information about a two-stage approach by which total hepatectomy is performed.


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