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Closed Chest Bypass for Liver Transplantation

  • Linda E. McLean
  • Scott M. Kreger
  • Christina T. Mora

Abstract

Preliminary investigation into the feasibility of organ replacement as a therapeutic modality for treatment of irreversible liver disease began in the early 1950s. Welch, in 1955, reported a technique of heterotopic liver transplantation by insertion of a donor graft into the pelvis of a dog, without removal of the native organ.1 In 1956, the report of an experimental orthotopic liver transplantation (OLT) provided the first venture at whole organ replacement.2 Individual groups at Boston (Moore) and Chicago (Starzl) began extensive research on liver transplantation in the canine model,3,4 leading to the first attempt at human OLT in 1963. Relatively long-term success in human transplantation did not occur until 1967, however, when a recipient, one-and-a-half years old, survived for 13 months.5

Keywords

Liver Transplantation Primary Biliary Cirrhosis Orthotopic Liver Transplantation Biliary Atresia Centrifugal Pump 
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  • Linda E. McLean
  • Scott M. Kreger
  • Christina T. Mora

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