A Case of Hepatic Hemangioma Managed by Hand-assisted Laparoscopic Lateral Segmentectomy Tatsuhito YAMAMOTO 1 , Yoshihiro TOKUHISA 1 , Yoshitoshi SATO 1 , Seiichirou ANDOH 1 , Kureo TSUSHIMI 1 1Department of Surgery, Tsushimi Hospital Keyword: 肝血管腫 , hand-assisted laparoscopic lateral segmentectomy pp.565-568
Published Date 2001/12/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.4426900278
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A 62-year old male presented with epigastric full sensation after meal. Endoscopic examination and barium meal study of the gastrointestinal tract showed impingement of the lesser curvature in the upper body of the stomach. An ultrasonography and computed tomography revealed a hepatic tumor measuring 48mm in size in the lateral segment. The tumor was diagnosed as hepatic hemangioma by celiac angiography. We performed hand-assisted laparoscopic lateral segmentectomy. Mobilization of the lateral segment and ligating vessels of the liver were done under laparoscopy.

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