A Case Of Double Common Bile Duct In A Deceased Donor For Transplantation

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Experimental Liver Transplantation on Pigs - Technical

in human liver transplantation T-T manner without Kehr catheter (10). Viability check on the experimental animal was done by determination of heart activity present in 23 cases, and in 3 cases finalization of procedure was achieved without any heart activity seen (the receiver had deceased) followed by removal

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The deceased donor was an eleven years old child who presented brain death by anoxic encephalopathy whose blood group was identical. He underwent total hepatectomy as conventional harvest donor surgery and the preservation was performed with the University of Wisconsin solution. The total liver graft weight was 590 g. Auxiliary Liver

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graft have overcome the barrier of deceased donor and produce a drastic change in the role of transplantation surgery for HCC. Can potentially provide an essentially unlimited source of liver grafts for a planned transplant operation as soon as the diagnosis of HCC is made. LDLT IN EGYPT

ORIGINAL RESEARCH Open Access Cyclosporin A, but not

caused by hepatitis C virus (HCV) is a common indica-tion for LTx [2]. Approximately one-fifth of transplant recipients at our institute had liver cirrhosis caused by HCV [3]. Recurrence of HCV infection can occur as early as 4 weeks after liver transplantation [4]; this may develop into severe hepatitis requiring anti-viral treat-

Anatomical Variation and Its Management in Transplantation

the left side above the confluence of the common iliac veins. (3) Circum-aortic left renal vein. The most common abnormality is the presence of a normally placed left Anatomical Variation in Transplantation American Journal of Transplantation 2015; 15: 1459 1471 1461

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Unlike to whole liver graft from a deceased donor, the partial liver graft from a living donor usually re-generate rapidly just after implantation. The graft can be double in size after regenerative process. The re-generation of the right livergraft could make graft displacement to the left side. In this process, the

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CASE REPORTS 480 LDLTs had been performed at Dar Al-Fouad Hospital and Sahel Teaching Hospital in Egypt between August 2001 and May 2014. There were two (0.42%) cases of donor PVT amongst these 480 donors. The two donors are symptom-free two years after the event. Case 1 The first donor was a 28-year-old man who

Recanalization of postoperative biliary disconnection with

biliary stricture after deceased donor liver transplantation using new digital cholan-gioscopy. Endoscopy 2018; 50: E54 E56 [4] Kawakami H, BanT, Kubota Yet al. Rendez-vous biliary recanalization with combined percutaneous transhepatic cholangioscopy and double-balloon endoscopy. Endoscopy 2018; 50: E146 E148 Bibliography

New Horizons Liver - OHSU

Deceased donor liver transplant Deceased donors are people who have died and donated their organs for transplantation. The donated recovered liver may then be transplanted in whole or in part to 1 or 2 recipients. This procedure is known as a split-liver transplant (see page 10). Split-liver transplants are not yet available at all centers,

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centered within the strictured bile duct segment, which might be difficult to achieve in this clinical setting. Stent-ing with conventional covered SEMS distal to the stricture of the recipient s native common bile duct can abruptly stretch the duct due to the high radial force developed J. H. Moon

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13. Imamura H, Eguchi S, Shapiro AMJ, Kin T: A case of double common bile duct in a deceased donor for transplantation. Surg Radiol Anat 39(12): 1409-1411, 2017 (IF: 1.051) 14. Imamura H, Adachi T, Kitasato A, Sakai Y, Ono S, Hara T, Natsuda K, Soyama A, Hidaka M, Takatsuki M, Kuroki T, Eguchi

Combined Lung and Liver Transplantation: Analysis of a Single

included bile duct ischemia (n51) and bile leak (n51), ischemia of the bronchial anastomosis (n51), and necrotizing pancreatitis with duodenal perforation (n51). This series reflects a large single-center CLLT experience. Sepsis is the most common cause of death. The procedure should be considered for candidates with LAS<50. Liver Transpl 20

Accessory bile duct: a rare but important anatomical variant

9 Imamura H, eguchi s, shapiro aMJ, et al. a case of double common bile duct in a deceased donor for transplantation. Surg Radiol Anat 2017;39:1409 11. figure 1 Intraoperative cholangiogram after contrast injection demonstrating: right-sided biliary drainage after injecting the common hepatic duct (A), and distinct segmental biliary drainage

Biliary complications including single-donor mortality

Since 2001, adult-to-adult living donor liver transplantation (ALDLT) has been the only available treatment with curative intent for patients with end-stage liver disease (ESLD) in Egypt.1,2 There is an absence of a deceased donor transplant programme as a result of the ongoing debate around brain stem death and the

Case report: Trans-papillary free stenting of the cystic duct

Case report: Trans-papillary free stenting of the cystic duct and of the common bile duct in a double biliary ducts anastomoses of a right lobe living donor transplantation Salvatore Gruttadauria1,2*, Alessandro Tropea 1, Duilio Pagano1, Sergio Calamia1, Calogero Ricotta1,

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duct clearance include bile duct diameter, placement of a biliary stent, and the presence of a periampullary diverticulum. These results can be used to select pa-tients at higher risk of recurrence and potentially determine the need for ancillary imaging of the bile duct (e.g. cholangioscopy) to confirm bile duct clearance. Sa1311

Allograft Inflow - Concern in Liver Transplantation after

common iliac artery using an iliac artery graft. End to-side anastomosis between donor s common bile duct and recipient s already existing Roux-Y jejunal loop was undertaken. The procedure was very bleeding and difficult. Operative time was 20 h and 18 min, cold and warm ischemia time were 19 h 55 min and 23 min, respectively.

ORIGINAL ARTICLE Hepaticojejunostomy Using Short-Limb Roux-en

Common bile duct stones 3 Cholangitis 2 Follow-up, mo Median 48.8 Mean 56.2 Abbreviation: ESLD, end-stage liver disease. Table 2. Postoperative Biliary Complications Patient No. Type of Stricture Presence of Cholangitis Procedure Procedures, No. Endoscopic Intervention 1 Intrahepatic (nonanastomotic) Yes SBE, ERCP, biliary stent 1 Diagnostic

Case Report ABO-Incompatible Living Donor Liver

of the donor revealed no evidence of steatosis, cholecystitis, or overt HBV infection. Immediately following total hepate-ctomy and splenectomy, ,IU of HBIG was infused into the recipient.A double-lumen catheter was inserted through the portal vein via the ileocolic vein to employ PVIT ae r vessel and bile duct reconstructions.

Liver Transplantation Biliary Tract Complications

Bile duct ischemia can result in nonanastomotic bile leaks, intrahepatic strictures, and bilomas. Biliary complications usually occur within the first 3 months after transplantation, but they can also occur later.

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the donor and recipient veins, the vessel in the host being hypoplastic. Biliary Tract Anomalies of the bile ducts may also contribute to the hazards of the oper­ ation. In three patients, the cystic duct ran parallel to or behind the common bile duct for some distance before finally entering it. In one patient the prob­

Salvage PTBD in post living donor liver transplant patients

complications range from 10 to 25% and include bile duct strictures and leaks, bile casts, sludge, stones, sphincter of Oddi dysfunction and hemobilia and contribute to death in 10% of cases. 4 6 Biliary complications are relatively more common in living donor LT (LDLT) patients compared to the deceased donor LT (DDLT) patients.7 This is due

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13. Imamura H, Eguchi S, Shapiro AMJ, Kin T: A case of double common bile duct in a deceased donor for transplantation. Surg Radiol Anat 39(12): 1409-1411, 2017 (IF: 1.051) * 14. Imamura H, Adachi T, Kitasato A, Sakai Y, Ono S, Hara T, Natsuda K, Soyama A, Hidaka M, Takatsuki M, Kuroki T, Eguchi S:

A Rare Case of Small Mesenteric Hiatus Not Closed After Ten

bile leakage and bile duct stenosis. The main complications are bleeding, infection, anastomotic leakage and stress ulcer, but unclosed mesenteric foramen of small intestine after Roux-en-Y choledochojejunostomy is rare. Therefore, in this report, we reviewed a case of the clinical data, imaging

International Journal of Surgery Case Reports

Belli G, et al. Primary extrahepatic bile duct carcinoids. HPB Surg 1996;9(2):101 5. 10. Kopelman D, et al. Carcinoid tumor of the common bile duct. HPB Surg 1996;10(1):41 3. Kim DH, Song MH. Malignant carcinoid tumor of the common bile duct: report of Open Access

2016 Liver Transplantation: Global view Management issues in

anterior and posterior ducts of the donor with the common hepatic duct of the recipient. The various types of anastomoses are shown in Figure 1. There could be one anastomosis if common trunk of right hepatic duct is available (Figure 2) or there could be two or more anastomoses (Figure 3). Usually, in case of double duct

Surgical technique

In 1 case of Type IIa, the HA reconstruction was complex because the recipient (LDLT 4) previ-ously received deceased donor liver re-transplanta-tion 6 years after primary LDLT where the HA anatomosis had been carried out utilizing the re-cipient common HA. During the second re-trans-plant utilizing a left graft from a living donor, the

Case Report Liver Transplantation Using a Graft from a Donor

Case Report Liver Transplantation Using a Graft from a Donor with Situs Inversus Totalis: A Case Report and Review of the Literature Xu-YongSun,KeQin,Jian-HuiDong,Hai-BinLi,Liu-GenLan,YingHuang, SongCao,andZhuang-JiangLi Guangxi Key Laboratory of Transplant Medicine, Institute of Transplant Medicine, Hospital of People s Liberation Army,

Multiple plastic stents versus covered metal stent for

was placed completely inside the common bile duct (CBD). After 4 to 6 months, an ERC session was scheduled for cSEMS removal. In both groups, treatment was defined to be successful if no relevant ABS was left at the stent removal/exchange session. Patients regularly visited the hospitals outpatient clinic, and clinical examinations

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Transplantation. A Case Series of Five Patients. In Society for Laparoscopic exploration of the common bile duct to relieve choledocholithiasis in children

Living Donor Liver Transplantation Using an Extended Right

The donor underwent extended right lateral segmen-tectomy including the RPMS-dorsal. Cholecytectomy was first performed and then a Phycon Cholangiocath-eter (Fuji Systems Corp., Tokyo, Japan) was inserted through the cystic duct stump into the common bile duct. The RPMS-ventral, common duct of the RPMS-dorsal, and RLS of the portal veins and

Living Donor Liver Transplantation for Perihilar

artery and adjacent to the common bile duct are excised for pathologic examination, and any malignant involve-ment of the nodes or any other tissue precludes subse-quent transplantation. The explanted liver is carefully examined after transplantation to assess for residual tumor and hilar lymph node metastases. The extent of residual