Case description
  • The patient was a 66-year-old male with a history of hepatitis B. He had a hepatocelluar carcinoma on segment 4a/8 measured about 4cm in diameter. An anatomical resection was recommended.
  • The optimal surgical resection for parenchymal sparing with adequate margins was an anatomical resection of segments 4a and 8, while portions of segments 4b and 5 maybe included.
  • Surface anatomy guides was used to mark three separate transection planes to ensure negative margins and avoid injuries to major vessels.
  • Segment 4a/8 pedicles and hepatic veins and branches to the middle hepatic veins were divided during parechymal transection.
  • Because the tumour is centred over the middle hepatic vevin (MHV), the MHV will be sacrified once parenchymal transection is completed.
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RELATED CATEGORIES: HEPATO-PANCREATO-BILIARY | LIVER 

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