Imaging in liver transplantation.

  • Caruso S
  • Miraglia R
  • Maruzzelli L
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The aim of this study was to illustrate the role of non-invasive imaging
tools such as ultrasonography, multi-detector row computed tomography,
and magnetic resonance imaging in the evaluation of pediatric and
adult liver recipients and potential liver donors, and in the detection
of potential complications arising from liver transplantation.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Adult; Body Weight; Child; Humans; Liver Diseases
  • Intraoperative
  • X-Ray Computed
  • adverse effects/methods; Liver
  • anatomy /&/ histology/ultrasonography; Living Don
  • methods; Organ Size; Tissue Donors; Tomography
  • surgery/ultrasonography; Liver Neoplasms
  • surgery/ultrasonography; Liver Transplantation

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  • PMID: 19222090


  • Settimo Caruso

  • Roberto Miraglia

  • Luigi Maruzzelli

  • Salvatore Gruttadauria

  • Angelo Luca

  • Bruno Gridelli

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