Less cost by using hanging maneuver and Pringle maneuver in left lateral hepatectomy through small laparotomy wound-experience of Southern Taiwan

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Background: Laparoscopic segmentectomy for liver tumor located in the left lateral segment (LLS) is thought to be a standard protocol nowadays with several advantages, such as small wound, few blood loss, and short hospital stay. However, there are still many disadvantages during executing laparoscopic LLS segmentectomy. This manuscript aims to present the technique to execute LLS segmentectomy with small incision, hanging maneuver without Pringle maneuver in patients with tumor at LLS of the liver. Material and methods: Between November 2010 and July 2011, hepatectomies through small incision for nine patients with benign and malignant tumors were performed at Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan. Perioperative and postoperative results, such as operation time, blood loss, incisional width, and postoperative stay were used to determine consequents for this technique. Result: Results demonstrated that modified LLS segmentectomy by the author's team was performed successfully in patient with liver tumor with fewer blood loss, smaller incisional width, and lower hospital cost than traditional open surgery. In addition, the instrument cost and blood loss in our series were less than that in laparoscopic LLS segmentectomy in published literature. Conclusion: Authors concluded that minimally incisional segmentectomy, with less cost and technical demanding, could be an alternative choice in patient with liver tumor at LLS.

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Lin, T. L., Alikhanov, R., Kuo, S. C., Li, W. F., Chen, C. L., Wang, S. H., … Wang, C. C. (2016). Less cost by using hanging maneuver and Pringle maneuver in left lateral hepatectomy through small laparotomy wound-experience of Southern Taiwan. World Journal of Surgical Oncology, 14(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12957-015-0764-6

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