Outcomes of extended hepatectomy for hepatobiliary tumors. Initial experience from a non-university hepatobiliary center

Hepatectomy is the gold standard curative treatment for hepatic neoplasms in patients with preserved liver function. Many large tumors require extended hepatectomy (EH). Possibility of developing major postoperative complications including liver failure is feared by many surgeons. We aim to describe our outcomes of EH for large hepatobiliary tumors.

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