Right hepatectomy (to right anterior sectionectomy) [case 16]

Introduction

Clinical History

This is a 51 year old man with Hepatitis B cirrhosis with numerous regnerative nodules but stable disease. On ultrasound, a new lesion was found measuring 6.0 x 6.5cm with mild heterogeneous arterial enhancement and possible central necrosis. He has no other liver lesions and no vascular invasion or extrahepatic disease. Liver synthetic function was well preserved. The plan is to perform a right hemihepatectomy.

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