Hepatectomy

surgical removal of all or part of the liver
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hepatectomy

<procedure> Excision of all or part of the liver. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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hepatectomy

(hep″ә-tek┬┤tә-me) surgical excision of all (total hepatectomy) or part (partial or subtotal hepatectomy) of the liver.
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hepatectomy

hepatectomy Excision or the surgical removal of all (total hepatectomy or part (partial or subtotal hepatectomy) of the liver.
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hepatectomy

Type: Term Pronunciation: hep′ă-tek′tŏ-mē Definitions: 1. Removal of the liver, whole or in part.
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Hepatectomy

the removal, or partial removal, of the liver.
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hepatectomy

Surgery to remove all or part of the liver.
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Hepatectomy

Hepatectomy is the surgical resection of the liver. While the term is often employed for the removal of the liver from a liver transplant recipient, this article will focus on partial resections of hepatic tissue. ==History== The first hepatectomy was reported by Ichio Honjo (Kyoto University) in 1949, and Jean-Louis Lortat-Jacob in 1952, the pati...
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