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Hepatic Resection by combined Use of Microwave Tissue Coagulator and C.U.S.A. System under Intraoperative Ultrasonographic Guidance


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Title: Hepatic Resection by combined Use of Microwave Tissue Coagulator and C.U.S.A. System under Intraoperative Ultrasonographic Guidance
Authors: Furukawa, Masato / Chiba, Kenya / Nakata, Toshinori / Setoguchi, Masayuki / Kusano, Toshiomi / Lin, Yiqin / Tashiro, Kazunori
Issue Date: 25-Oct-1988
Citation: Acta medica Nagasakiensia. 1988, 33(1-4), p.7-11
Abstract: To control the bleeding during hepatic resection, especially in the patients with liver cirrhosis, is an extremely important factor to prevent the development of postoperative hepatic failure. For this purpose, we have been using a. hepatic resection method combining the use of a microwave tissue coagulator and intraoperative ultrasonic examination and the cavitron ultrasonic surgical aspiration system in recent years. In this procedure, first, the liver is dissected to decide which part to resect using the intraoperative ultrasonography. Second, the hepatic parenchym is coagulated by Microwave. Third, the coagulated necrotic tissues are emulsified and aspirated by C.U.S.A. Fourth, the liver is resected by carefully ligating and dividing the remaining vessels. This procedure made it possible to control completely the bleeding from liver parenchym during hepatic resection. We also emphasized that C.U.S.A. were well applicable for hepatic resection even in cirrhotic liver when it followed microwave tissue coagulation .
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/15700
ISSN: 00016055
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 33, No. 1-4

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