2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.transproceed.2013.10.007
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Technical Risk Factors for Hepatic Artery Thrombosis After Orthotopic Liver Transplantation: The Hungarian Experience

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“…In our analysis, we investigated for potential factors, as outlined in Table and . Center volume and the surgeon experience have been reported to play an important role . It is known that for both deceased and living donor LT, center experience directly impacts not only patient and graft survival, but also the rate of HAT , yet center volume did not show a significant difference in thrombosis rates in our survey.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 62%
“…In our analysis, we investigated for potential factors, as outlined in Table and . Center volume and the surgeon experience have been reported to play an important role . It is known that for both deceased and living donor LT, center experience directly impacts not only patient and graft survival, but also the rate of HAT , yet center volume did not show a significant difference in thrombosis rates in our survey.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 62%
“…Early HAT refers to thrombosis occurring within two months after liver transplantation (27), whereas late HAT occurs beyond this two-month window. HAT is associated with acute rejection, positive cytomegalovirus serology in the donor, polytransfusion, the use of aortic conduits, variant arterial anatomy, as well as unmatched vessel caliber between the donor and recipient (27)(28)(29). Additionally, cold ischemia and prolonged operative times have been linked to HAT following liver transplantation (27)(28)(29).…”
Section: Hepatic Artery Thrombosismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…HAT is associated with acute rejection, positive cytomegalovirus serology in the donor, polytransfusion, the use of aortic conduits, variant arterial anatomy, as well as unmatched vessel caliber between the donor and recipient (27)(28)(29). Additionally, cold ischemia and prolonged operative times have been linked to HAT following liver transplantation (27)(28)(29). Roux-en-Y biliary reconstruction, graft revision, and reoperation are also identified risk factors (28).…”
Section: Hepatic Artery Thrombosismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Általánosságban véve elmondható, hogy irodalmi adatok alapján a transzplantáció más területén is összefügg a technikai szövődmények aránya a centrumban végzett műtétek mennyiségével és az operatőrök gyakorlottságával is. Minél nagyobb forgalmú egy centrum, arányaiban annál kisebb a szövődmények előfordulása [17,18]. Nemes és mtsai májátültetések tekintetében vizsgálták két európai centrum (magyar, holland) szövődményarányainak összehasonlítását, amely az irodalomban az egyik első, ilyen jellegű összehasonlító tanulmány volt.…”
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