Hepatic Artery Kinking during Liver Transplantation
Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, 05/08/2012Panaro F et al.
The survey confirms that no consensus is currently available regarding the most effective method for avoiding arterial kinking (AK). Kinking occurs most probably when the liver is released in its final position. The utilization of an interposition method could ensure the maintenance of a correct hepatic artery flow (HAF).
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