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Pathophysiologic observations and histopathologic recognition of the portal hyperperfusion or small-for-size syndrome.
Hepatic blood flow plays an important role in ischemia-reperfusion injury.
Adenosine Increases Hepatic Artery Flow in Liver Transplant Recipients: A Pilot Study.
Triple-phase computed tomography and intraoperative flow measurements improve the management of portosystemic shunts during liver transplantation.
Role of Doppler Sonography in Early Detection of Splenic Steal Syndrome.
Adenosine restores the hepatic artery buffer response and improves survival in a porcine model of small-for-size syndrome.
Cruveilhier-Baumgarten disease in a patient with Turner syndrome: case report of a rare indication for liver transplantation.
The role of the A2a receptor agonist, regadenoson, in modulating hepatic artery flow in the porcine small-for-size liver graft.
Elevated catecholamines and hepatic artery vasospasm in porcine small-for-size liver graft.
Lipid metabolism and functional assessment of discarded human livers with steatosis undergoing 24 hours of normothermic machine perfusion.