Tag Archives: HPB Journal

The rule of 10’s applied to liver incidentalomas

The availability and increased accessibility of abdominal imaging has led to increased diagnosis of asymptomatic liver lesions known in the trade as ‘incidentalomas’. The next question that arises is what to do about them? Jonathan Koea, in his article in … Continue reading

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HCC resect or transplant – what would you do?

Here is my current highlight for september from the journal  HPB.  Comparison of outcomes of transplantation and resection in patients with early hepatocellular carcinoma: a meta-analysis, Mashaal Dhir, Elizabeth R. Lyden, Lynette M. Smith, Chandrakanth Are. HPB September 2012, vol 14, issue 9, pages … Continue reading

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Centre volume and liver transplantation

Every issue of HPB, the three associate editors of the journal, Mark Callery, Saxon Connor and myself, are tasked to write a very short commentary or highlight about one of the papers published in that issue. Sometimes James Garden contributes too. … Continue reading

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