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Orthotopic Versus Auxiliary Liver Transplantation

  • G. H. Müller
  • A. Wunderlich
  • U. T. Hopt
  • H. Bockhorn
Conference paper

Abstract

Of the two types of liver transplantation, orthotopic in situ replacement and heterotopic auxiliary insertion, the latter has the technical advantage. In the course of experimental research on rats, both types of transplantation have been carried out in different models.

Keywords

Liver Graft Allograft Survival Kidney Allograft Liver Allograft Heart Allograft 
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References

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  3. Müller GH (1983) A simple technique for heterotopic auxiliary liver transplantation in the rat. Transplantation 36:221–222PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Müller GH, Morris PJ (1982) Auxiliary liver allografts produce minimal prolongation of kidney and heart allografts in the rat. Langenbecks Arch Chir 357/3:168Google Scholar

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • G. H. Müller
  • A. Wunderlich
  • U. T. Hopt
  • H. Bockhorn

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