Laparoscopic liver surgery - right hepatectomy
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This paper demonstrates technical aspects of a totally laparoscopic right hepatectomy in a patient with hepatolithiasis. ...

This paper demonstrates technical aspects of a totally laparoscopic right hepatectomy in a patient with hepatolithiasis.
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  • 1. Surg Endosc (2008) 22:245 DOI 10.1007/s00464-007-9666-1 VIDEO Laparoscopic right hemihepatectomy for hepatolithiasis M. A. C. Machado Æ F. F. Makdissi Æ R. C. T. Surjan Æ A. R. F. Teixeira Æ A. Sepulveda Jr Æ T. Bacchella Æ M. C. C. Machado ´ Received: 20 June 2007 / Accepted: 9 October 2007 / Published online: 1 November 2007 Ó Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2007 Abstract biliary tree was flushed with saline until stone clearance, Background Liver resection is the definitive treatment for under radioscopic surveillance, was complete. The right unilateral hepatolithiasis [1]. Recently, laparoscopic major hepatic duct then was closed with running suture. hepatectomias have become more common and are being Results The operative time was 240 min, and the esti- performed in highly specialized centers [2–4]. However, mated blood loss was 120 ml, with no blood transfusion. few laparoscopic liver resections for hepatolithiasis have The hospital stay was 5 days. At this writing, the patient is been reported. Chen et al. [5] reported two cases of lapa- well and asymptomatic 7 months after the procedure. roscopic left lobectomy for hepatolithiasis, but to our Conclusion Laparoscopic liver resection is safe and fea- knowledge, right hepatectomy has never been reported to sible for patients with hepatolithiasis and should be date. This video demonstrates technical aspects of a totally considered for those suffering from intrahepatic stones. laparoscopic right hepatectomy in a patient with hepatolithiasis. Keywords Hepatolithiasis Á Laparoscopy Á Liver Á Methods A 21-year-old woman with right-sided nonori- Technique ental primary intrahepatic stones [1] was referred for surgical treatment. The operation followed four distinct phases: liver mobilization, dissection of the right portal References vein and right hepatic artery, extrahepatic dissection of the 1. Herman P, Perini MV, Machado MA, Bacchella T, Pugliese V, right hepatic vein, and parenchymal transection with har- Saad WA, da Cunha JE, Machado MC, Rodrigues JG (2006) Liver monic shears and linear staplers for division of segment 5 resection as the definitive treatment for unilateral nonoriental and 8 branches of the middle hepatic vein. No Pringles’ primary intrahepatic lithiasis. Am J Surg 191:460–464 maneuver was used. In contrast to liver resection for other 2. Soubrane O, Cherqui D, Scatton O, Stenard F, Bernard D, Branchereau S, Martelli H, Gauthier F (2006) Laparoscopic left indications, the right bile duct was enlarged and filled with lateral sectionectomy in living donors: safety and reproducibility stones. It was divided during parenchymal transection and of the technique in a single center. Ann Surg 244:815–820 left open. After removal of the surgical specimen, the 3. O’Rourke N, Fielding G (2004) Laparoscopic right hepatectomy: surgical technique. J Gastrointest Surg 8:213–216 4. Vibert E, Perniceni T, Levard H, Denet C, Shahri NK, Gayet B (2006) Laparoscopic liver resection. Br J Surg 93:67–72 Electronic supplementary material The online version of this 5. Chen P, Bie P, Liu J, Dong J (2004) Laparoscopic left hemihep- article (doi:10.1007/s00464-007-9666-1) contains supplementary atectomy for hepatolithiasis. Surg Endosc 18:717–718 material, which is available to authorized users. M. A. C. Machado (&) Á F. F. Makdissi Á R. C. T. Surjan Á A. R. F. Teixeira Á A. Sepulveda Jr Á ´ T. Bacchella Á M. C. C. Machado ˜ Department of Gastroenterology, University of Sao Paulo, ˜ Brazil, Rua Evangelista Rodrigues 407-05463-000, Sao Paulo, Brazil e-mail: dr@drmarcel.com.br 123