2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.transproceed.2013.10.009
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Biliary Complications After Orthotopic Liver Transplantation: The Hungarian Experience

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“…Liver transplantation (LT) is the only curative treatment for end‐stage liver disease. Despite the many technical improvements, surgical complications, especially biliary (20%‐30%) and arterial (10%‐15%) complications, are still common. Although there are many recipient‐ and donor‐related risk factors for arterial complications, we believe that technical difficulties are the most significant cause.…”
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“…Liver transplantation (LT) is the only curative treatment for end‐stage liver disease. Despite the many technical improvements, surgical complications, especially biliary (20%‐30%) and arterial (10%‐15%) complications, are still common. Although there are many recipient‐ and donor‐related risk factors for arterial complications, we believe that technical difficulties are the most significant cause.…”
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“…Reanastomosis was reserved for treatment failure and retransplantation for hepatic artery thrombosis. Endoscopic or percutaneous procedures had resolution in 45% of patients with biliary complications [26][27][28]. The resolution of the biliary complication by hepatic retransplantation was 25.0%.…”
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confidence: 98%
“…Literary work has shown that most stenoses were treated primarily with dilatation of the balloon bile duct, both endoscopically and percutaneously [26][27][28]. Fistulas had a higher proportion of primary surgical treatment (17.6%); however, the main form of management was still the endoscopic or percutaneous placement of intra-bile prostheses and drains.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Moreover, there is an urgent need for newer technology to better manage the key problems that are associated with liver transplantation, which represent a specific need for further development. [ 10 ]…”
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confidence: 99%