n CME : Your SA Journal of CPD - More about : diagnosis of porphyria in South Africa

Volume 23, Issue 8
  • ISSN : 0256-2170



Extracted from text ... and a right half, and transplanted to paediatric and adult recipients, respectively. These techniques have been introduced to address the critical shortage of donor livers. The liver can be split either in situ in the donor, or ex situ after it has been removed from the donor. Living-donor liver transplant Living-donor liver transplants are now performed routinely in many centres throughout the world. It usually involves removing the left lateral segment from a parent for transplantation into a child. Adult-to-adult living-donor transplantation requires the removal of the right lobe of the liver from the donor and transplantation into the ..

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