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Since the patient had no clinical sign of liver disease on physical examination, normal biochemical liver function tests and no history of surgery or trauma, she was diagnosed as having congenital hypoplasia of left hepatic lobe.
We analyzed some demographic, clinical, and US variables, including right and left hepatic lobe size, spleen size, and portal, superior mesenteric, and splenic vein measurement on US examination, ethanol consumption, HCV genotype, and grade of steatosis on liver biopsy.
Presence of air in the biliary ducts can also be found after ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography) interventions or in biliodigestive anastomosis--in these cases, when the patient is examined (through either ultrasound, CT or MRI) the air is present mostly in the left hepatic lobe due to the anatomic disposition of the left biliary ducts (antero-posterior/vertical) in comparison with the right biliary ducts (lateromedial/horizontal); therefore when air is detected in the right biliary tree, angiocholitis must be strongly considered even without a thickened duct wall.
The cranial two-thirds of the right hepatic lobe were effaced by neoplastic germ cells that were similar to those described in the testes (Fig 3D).
Each right hepatic lobe sample was washed thoroughly in ice-cold saline to remove the blood after thawing, blotted the saline gently using filter paper.
Suicide and severe psychiatric complications are of concern in right hepatic lobe donors.
In his editorial, Surman wrote that transplantation of the right hepatic lobe has proceeded as if it were a simple extension of the more conservative partial left lobectomy procedure, which is used for adult-to-child LDLT.
An ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration of a medial left hepatic lobe lesion was performed and yielded purulent-appearing material.
An abdominal computed axial tomography scan showed a large hematoma on the right hepatic lobe.
When the hepatic lesions were localized, a section from the lesion site and a section from another hepatic lobe without lesions were collected (n=167).
Contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) of the abdomen showed focal, ovoid, fatty infiltration between the left hepatic lobe and the lesser gastric curvature, superior to the pancreas, with a concentric distribution of fibrous and fatty folds converging toward the torsion with edema; the vascular pedicle extended caudally and entered an oval-shaped, well-demarcated fat-containing lesion between the transverse colon and second portion of the duodenum; this mass was 5.