Pure Laparoscopic Anatomical Segment V Resection Using the Extrafascial and Transfissural Glissonean Approach.

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Summary of "Pure Laparoscopic Anatomical Segment V Resection Using the Extrafascial and Transfissural Glissonean Approach."

The Glissonean approach is a widely used, effective technique for anatomical segmentectomy using an open or laparoscopic approach.14 In the extrafascial Glissonean approach, the deep tertiary branches of the right anterior portal pedicle may be difficult to dissect from the liver hilum.56 We present a pure laparoscopic anatomical segment V resection using the extrafascial and transfissural Glissonean approach.


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Name: Annals of surgical oncology
ISSN: 1534-4681


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