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Concept Anastomosis, Surgical
Academic Article Mesenteric autotransplantation: an alternative technique for reoperation and bypass of the superior mesenteric artery.
Academic Article Biliary reconstruction following right adult living donor liver transplantation end-to-end or end-to-side duct-to-duct anastomosis.
Academic Article Excellent outcome using an alternative technique for arterial reconstruction in living-related liver transplant: sphenoid anastomosis.
Academic Article "Hepar divisum"--as a rare donor complication after intraoperative mortality of the recipient of an intended living donor liver transplantation.
Academic Article Living donor liver graft salvage after rupture of hepatic artery pseudoaneurysm.
Academic Article Delayed construction of the bilio-digestive anastomosis in right living donor liver transplantation.
Academic Article Cadaver iliac vein outflow reconstruction in living donor right lobe liver transplantation.
Academic Article Delayed construction of the bilio-digestive anastomosis in right living donor liver transplantation.
Academic Article Liver transplantation and spontaneous neovascularization after arterial thrombosis: "the neovascularized liver".
Academic Article The management of a complex bile duct injury after laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Academic Article Hepatic venous outflow reconstruction in adult living donor liver transplants without portal hypertension.
Academic Article Reconstruction of two bile ducts in a cloaca fashion in living donor liver transplantation.
Academic Article Low Measured Hepatic Artery Flow Increases Rate of Biliary Strictures in Deceased Donor Liver Transplantation: An Age-Dependent Phenomenon.
Academic Article Eversion Bile Duct Anastomosis: A Safe Alternative for Bile Duct Size Discrepancy in Deceased Donor Liver Transplantation.

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