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Liver Transplant

Liver Transplant

 

Liver Transplant
Image Number: 135-014
Dimensions: 4.5 x 6.5 @ 300dpi
Media Used: Digital
Formats Available: any
Title: Liver Transplant
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Top image shows recipient's liver removed from upper abdomen with major veins & arteries clamped. Bottom image shows donor liver in recipient's abdomen & vessels sutured. Available separately & in penciltone on gray.

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Top image shows recipient's liver removed from upper abdomen with major veins & arteries clamped. Bottom image shows donor liver in recipient's abdomen & vessels sutured. Available separately & in penciltone on gray.


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Liver Transplant. Removal of a patient's liver for transplant. This is a very difficult process due to the circulatory effects. This is a cirrhotic liver in an advanced state. Labels can be removed.


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Liver Transplant Split Liver. A single adult liver is divided into two fully functional livers to be used for two recipients. The smaller left lobe often goes to a child, the larger right lobes usually go to an adult. Additional liver transplant types available, including piggy-back, reduction, and living donor transplantations.


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Liver Transplant Roux-en-Y. If the bile duct of the liver is damaged due to disease, during the liver transplant a technique can be used to create a Roux-en-Y. A loop of small bowel is attached directly to the new bile duct using Roux-en-Y. Labels can be removed and inset separated.


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Liver transplant using a T-tube technique. If the bile ducts are very different in size from the donor's, of if a split liver graft is used, then a new join is formed for the recipient. The tube is brought out through the skin and left for 3 months. Labels can be removed.

 
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