Glissonean Pedicle Transaction Method for Hepatic Resection

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Ken Takasaki
Glissonean Pedicle Transection Method for Hepatic Resection

Ken Takasaki

Glissonean Pedicle
Method for
Hepatic Resection
With 238 Illustrations, Including 59 in Color

Ken Takasaki, M.D.
Professor Emeritus
Institute of Gastroenterology
Tokyo Women’s Medical University;
Rissho Koseikai Kosei Hospital
5-25-15 Yayoi-cho, Nakano-ku
Tokyo 164-8617, Japan

Medical Illustration: Leon Sakuma
Library of Congress Control Number: 2006938394

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The first time I met Professor Takasaki was in 1986, at the CICD meeting
in Jerusalem, when he presented his personal technique for liver resection. I was very enthusiastic about the originality and simplicity of his
method and suggested that he report his experience. I told him that if he
wrote a book, I would write the foreword for it. Here I keep my word.
Professor Takasaki’s technique for liver resection derives from an original
concept of anatomical division of the liver into three segments based on the
distribution of the portal branches. This might seem strange when we have
been used to the Couinaud anatomy for the past 20 years. In fact, however,
there is a close correlation between the two anatomies if we consider that the
right portal branch is short or even nonexistent. We can say that portal blood
is distributed to three portions of the liver: the right segment, the middle
segment, and the left segment for Ta...
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