hepatoduodenal ligament

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he·pa·to·du·o·de·nal lig·a·ment

the portion of the lesser omentum that connects the liver and duodenum.
Synonym(s): ligamentum hepatoduodenale [TA]
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In our experience, extensive invasion to the hepatoduodenal ligament, excessive presence of liver or peritoneal metastases beyond areas near the gallbladder, or bulky lymph node metastases have been considered a contraindication to surgery.
After excluding metastases, we dissected the hepatoduodenal ligament with a combination of hook diathermy and Harmonic ACE+7[R] (HA).
Gumbs and Hoffman [17] described a pT3 case of IGBC treated with full laparoscopic hepatoduodenal ligament lymphadenectomy and resection of segments IVb and V; the frozen cystic stump margin was proven positive for tumor spread; therefore, a resection of the common bile duct was performed.
Course and Arrangement of Structures in Hepatoduodenal Ligament
D) Detail of the content of the dissected hepatoduodenal ligament, showing the side-to-side anastomosis (arrow) between the aberrant branch (3) and the gastroduodenal artery (11).
The hepatic arterial and portal venous vasculature in the hepatoduodenal ligament was identified and preserved.
Once the liver has been retracted and the hepatoduodenal ligament has been lifted a tape can then be placed, acting as a tourniquet around the hepatoduodenal ligament using a "Gold finger" (Gold finger, blunt dissector, Ethicon Endo surgery, Johnson & Johnson, USA) as previously described [17].
A mixed-density mass in the hepatoduodenal ligament area was also discovered [Figure 1]a and [Figure 1]b.{Figure 1}
The hepatoduodenal ligament was retracted to the right to expose the Spiegel lobe.
The Pringle manoeuvre, where both the common hepatic artery and portal vein are controlled in the hepatoduodenal ligament, has a minimal haemodynamic effect, although the pathological liver does not tolerate it as well as a healthy liver.
Gall-bladder and hepatoduodenal ligament lymphangioma - Case report and literature review.
MATERIAL AND METHODS: In the present study a total number of 60 human livers with hepatoduodenal ligaments, duodenum, abdominal aorta with celiac trunk and superior mesenteric artery were removed en mass from the cadavers of both sexes.

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