The 70% partial hepatectomy
was performed on the rats in the experimental group, while in the sham group, we just made a same incision in the abdomen and sutured it but did not cut the liver.
Complement has also been involved in liver regeneration after partial hepatectomy
or after toxic injury.
Basis to improve several hepatectomy
techniques involving the surgical anatomy of incisura dextra of Gans.
Kogure et al  noticed notches in 50% of caudate lobes in patients undergoing hepatectomy
29,30) In this regard, studies have documented the protection of the liver cell membrane lipid peroxidation with olive oil after partial hepatectomy
(31) and in aging-related changes (32) compared to control groups.
In our study, only one patient was treated with hepatectomy
and liver transplantation because of massive hemorrhaging.
Coagulopathy after donor hepatectomy
is an important risk factor affecting morbidity.
The treatment for intra hepatic cysts is partial hepatectomy
if localized and liver transplantation if widely distributed in the liver17,18.
3,4) Despite the decrease in overall complications, postoperative bile leakage (POBL) remains a significant complication and is a major contributor to morbidity after hepatectomy
leading to prolonged hospital stay and the need for further intervention.
Indicator variables (1 if yes, 0 if no) were created for each category of "Targeted" elective general surgical procedures in NSQIP (ACS 2013a), namely pancreatectomy, colectomy, proctectomy, ventral herniorraphy, bariatric surgery, hepatectomy
, thyroidectomy, and esophagectomy.
Follow-up after the hepatectomy
included physical examination, blood chemistry panels (such as the complete blood cell count and CEA, CA 19-9 levels, and liver function tests), and abdominal sonogram 1 month after surgery and every 4 months thereafter.
Protective effect of some vitamins against the toxic action of ethanol on liver regeneration induced by partial hepatectomy