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Pringle Manouevre Explained – an exceptional story

The Pringle manoeuvre describes a technique frequently used in liver surgery to control bleeding while dividing the liver parenchyma (liver substance) by applying a clamp or other compressive device to the porta hepatis at the foramen of Winslow as shown … Continue reading

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Selective or total inflow occlusion? You be the judge

This is my latest highlight from the journal HPB The best way to control bleeding during the parenchymal transection phase of liver resection remains controversial. Using a selective approach to vascular inflow occlusion has the benefit of avoiding ischemia to … Continue reading

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