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Liver Tumor removal Surgery..!!
 
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Liver tumors or hepatic tumors are tumors or growths on or in the liver(medical terms pertaining to the liver often start in hepato- or hepatic from the Greek word for liver, hepar). Several distinct types of tumors can develop in the liver because the liver is made up of various cell types. These growths can be benign or malignant (cancerous). They may be discovered on medical imaging (even for a different reason than the cancer itself), or may be present in patients as an abdominal mass, hepatomegaly, abdominal pain, jaundice, or some other liver dysfunction. Malignant Tumor: Most cases are metastases from other tumors, frequently of the GI tract(like colon cancer, carcinoid tumors mainly of the appendix, etc.), but also from breast cancer, ovarian cancer, lung cancer, renal cancer, prostate cancer, etc. The most frequent, malignant, primary liver cancer is hepatocellular carcinoma (also named hepatoma, which is a misnomer because adenomasare usually benign). More rare primary forms of liver cancer include cholangiocarcinoma, mixed tumors, sarcoma and hepatoblastoma; a rare malignant tumor in children. Benign Tumor: Video explanation of benign liver tumors There are several types of benign liver tumor. Hemangiomas: These are the most common type of benign liver tumor, found in up to 7% of autopsy specimens. They start in blood vessels. Most of these tumors do not cause symptoms and do not need treatment. Some may bleed and need to be removed if it is mild to severe. A rare tumor is Infantile hemangioendothelioma. Hepatic adenomas: These benign epithelial liver tumors develop in the liver and are also an uncommon occurrence, found mainly in women using estrogens as contraceptives, or in cases of steroid abuse. They are, in most cases, located in the right hepatic lobe and are frequently seen as solitary. The size of adenomas range from 1 to 30 cm. Symptoms associated with hepatic adenomas are all associate with large lesions which can cause intense abdominal pain. Over the last few decades there has been an increase with occurrences of this specific type of adenoma. The prognosis for these tumors has still not been mastered. Some correlations have been made such as malignant transformation, spontaneous hemorrhage, and rupture. Focal nodular hyperplasia (FNH) is the second most common tumor of the liver. This tumor is the result of a congenital arteriovenous malformation hepatocyte response. This process is one in which all normal constituents of the liver are present, but the pattern by which they are presented is abnormal. Even though those conditions exist the liver still seems to perform in the normal range. Other types include nodular regenerative hyperplasia and hamartoma.
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Central liver cancer surgery
 
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Central liver cancer surgery. come from:http://www.surgbbs.com/
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Liver cancer: Essential facts
 
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In this video, we will cover the function of the liver and how cancer may arise.
Operasi Liver cancer ( Liver cancer surgery ) full videos
 
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Liver cancer could be a cancer that starts within the liver, as against a cancer that originates in another organ and migrates to the liver, referred to as a liver metastasis Other health videos visit the following address: Diabetes Mellitus : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8G_ZThzhXw Melanoma cancer pictures : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9ZI4lR2BPg Lymphatic cancer pictures : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_ih8YP1L7g Liver cancer pictures : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mQlTsYW0Ts Kidney cancer pictures : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nN_Jgmy5oA
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Liver Transplant by Dr. Naimish Mehta
 
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Dr.Naimish Mehta -+91- 9811350626 Liver transplant: Surgery to remove a diseased liver and replace it with a healthy liver (or part of one) from a donor. ... Donor livers from live donors are now in increasing use. Most transplants involve the whole organ. A reduced liver transplant may be done if the donor liver is too large for the recipient. video editing : anythinget video solution contact:9821128846 whatapp: 9821128846 anythingedit@gmail.com embossentertainment1@gmail.com www.embossentertainment.com
Radio Frequency Ablation of Liver Tumor
 
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Interventional Radiology/Oncology: Radio Frequency Ablation of Liver Tumor
Liver Procedure (Liver Cancer)
 
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A new liver cancer treatment involving the injection of small radioactive beads directly into the arterial supply of the tumor.
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Liver Surgery
 
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Bowel cancer which spreads to the liver is becoming increasingly curable with good surgery -- but most people with secondary spread to their liver can't get the operation. Leading surgeon Myrddin Rees shows how his team at Basingstoke operates and why they are achieving good survival chances for many of their patients. For more helpful information about bwoel problemds visit http://www.bowelcancer.tv
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Liver segments 4a-4b central resection in a cirrhotic patient with colon cancer liver metastasis
 
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This video summarizes our technique of central resection of liver segments 4a-4b for colon cancer liver metastasis in a cirrhotic patient
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Laparoscopic resection of Liver Hemangioma
 
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Laparoscopic resection of exophitic giant hemangioma. Removed through a pfannestiel incision.
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New Treatment for Liver Cancer
 
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A procedure is changing the way patients with liver cancer receive treatment, prolonging their life and eliminating the side effects from chemotherapy. Dr. Mark Bloomston, a surgical oncologist on the medical staff of Lee Health, says a hockey puck shaped device is improving the quality of life for patients with liver cancer. “What this is, is an implantable device that goes into the skin with a long tube that goes into the artery that feeds the liver. The purpose of that is to be able to trickle very high doses of chemotherapy directly to the tumors in the liver without many side effects of chemotherapy going throughout the body.” The pump delivers 400 times the dose of chemotherapy directly to the liver, leaving the patient with no side effects. “Nationwide there’s not a lot of places placing these pumps. Nobody else in the state of Florida is doing them currently. It is something fairly new to the area to provide more options,” said Dr. Bloomston. The pump is the size of a hockey puck that sits just beneath the skin near the abdomen and pumps chemotherapy into the liver every two weeks. “Most commonly we use it for patients who have had colon and rectal cancers that have spread to the liver. That’s the most common scenario. It’s the most common organ to have cancer spread to,” said Dr. Bloomston. In addition to the pump, patients may have part of their liver removed to minimize the cancer from coming back. “The reality is these patients are living a long time and they get tired of being on chemotherapy, they want a break. So if they have disease confined to the liver, this provides another step for them to maybe get off chemotherapy altogether for a period of time,” said Dr. Bloomston. While it’s not a cure, it offers patients another option of treatment to help prolong their survival rate. View More Health Matters video segments at LeeHealth.org/Healthmatters/ Lee Health in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of health care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For more than 100 years, we’ve been providing our community with personalized preventative health services and primary care to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Lee Health - Caring People. Inspiring Care. Visit LeeHealth.org
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Liver Cancer: Robotic Hepatectomy Video - Brigham and Women's Hospital
 
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Thomas E. Clancy, MD, Associate Chief of Surgical Oncology at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), performs a robotic hepatectomy, one of the first in Boston. BWH is a world leader in using state-of-the-art robotics to significantly shorten patient recovery time and to minimize or eliminate the physical challenges presented by traditional laparoscopic (minimally invasive) surgery. As one of the most experienced and diversified robotic surgery providers worldwide, the largest multispecialty robotic surgery program in Boston, and the first center in the Boston region to perform 2,000 robot-assisted surgeries, we are doing everything possible to provide patients with the most appropriate surgical option. Learn more: Robotic surgery - http://www.brighamandwomens.org/Departments_and_Services/roboticsurgery/default.aspx Liver cancer treatment- http://www.brighamandwomens.org/Departments_and_Services/surgery/general-and-gastrointestinal-surgery/liver-cancer.aspx?sub=5
Laparoscopic liver resection for hepatocellular carcinoma located in segment 7 or 8
 
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Presented by Hanisah Guro at the SS15: Plenary 1 held during the 2017 SAGES Annual Meeting in Houston, TX on Friday, March 24, 2017
Cirrhotic liver: Sg 4 resection
 
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Anatomical liver resection: Sg 4 with partial resection of the diaphragm for HCC in cirrhotic liver (without Pringle Maneuver)
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Laparoscopic liver surgery at UPMC
 
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UPMC liver surgeons are among the most experienced in the world in performing minimally invasive liver surgery. This surgery is performed through several tiny incisions, in contrast to traditional liver surgery, which requires a large incision across the upper abdomen. After this procedure, most patients benefit from less trauma and pain, minimal scarring, a shorter hospital stay, and faster recovery than from traditional surgery.
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Liver cancer treatment| symptoms and stage 4 liver cancer|cancer treatment|
 
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Liver cancer treatment| symptoms and stage 4 liver cancer|cancer treatment| Hi, friends! I am here with this new video which is about liver cancer treatment and its symptoms and stage. This video is very much helpful for the people who are affected by this disease. To learn more, watch full videos. Liver cancer - Treatment: Liver cancer treatment depends on the phase of the condition. Treatment can contain surgery and medication. Deciding which treatment is greatest for you can often be puzzling. Your cancer team will suggest what they think is the best treatment option, but the final choice will be yours. Your treatment plan: Your suggested treatment plan will depend on the phase your liver cancer is at. If your cancer is at phase A when diagnosed, a complete treatment may be possible. The 3 main ways this can be achieved are: 1. using heat to kill cancerous cells 2. having a liver transplant 3. removing the affected section of liver Surgical resection: If damage to your liver is smallest and the cancer is contained in a tiny part of your liver, it may be possible to eliminate the cancerous cells during surgery. This procedure is called a surgical resection. Liver transplant: A liver transplant includes removing a cancerous liver and replacing it with a fit one from a donor.This is the main operation and there's a risk of potentially life-threatening difficulties. Radiofrequency ablation: Radiofrequency ablation may be suggested as an alternative to surgery to cure liver cancer at an early stage, ideally when tumors are smaller than 5cm (50mm) in width. Chemotherapy: Chemotherapy uses strong cancer-killing medications to slow the increase of liver cancer. It's not suggested for stage D liver cancer because it can create the symptoms of liver disease inferior. Alcohol injections: If you only have little small tumors, alcohol injections may be cured as a treatment. A needle passes throughout the skin to insert alcohol into the cancerous cells. This dehydrates the cells and blocks their blood supply. Advanced liver cancer: Treatment for higher liver cancer highlights on relieving symptoms such as pain and discomfort, rather than trying to slow down the progression of cancer. Hepatectomy: When a part of the liver is detached, the surgery is known as a hepatectomy. A hepatectomy can be treated if the cancer is in 1 part of the liver & the liver is running fine. The remaining section of liver takes over the activities of the whole liver. The liver may elevate back to its usual size within a few weeks. A hepatectomy may not be given if the patient has higher cirrhosis. Radiation therapy: Radiation therapy is the use of rich x-rays or other particles to demolish cancer cells. A doctor who skills in giving radiation therapy to cure cancer is known as the radiation oncologist. Watch more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyeKB5R7pEg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QT3DX-1O4MU&t=1s Source: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Cancer-of-the-liver/Pages/Treatment.aspx My youtube channel is associated with a website. To watch more videos, visit my website: goo.gl/2HjGms Social media for disease treatment: Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ranastkmba Twitter: https://twitter.com/ranamgtru Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/rokonmgt09/ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/104722595836977790069 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for watching. Like, comment and share this video. If this video will be helpful for you, I request to you, subscribe my channel. Liver cancer treatment| symptoms and stage 4 liver cancer|cancer treatment|
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Radiofrequency ablation of liver tumors • Oncolex
 
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Effective treatment of liver cancer and liver metastases: 3D- navigated thermal ablation
 
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Reto Bale, an interventional oncologist at Medical University of Innsbruck, has made significant advances in radiofrequency ablation treatment – a standard treatment method used all over the world. The novel technique incorporates 3D navigation technology and an aiming device that Bale originally developed for brain tumor biopsy. The so called „stereotactic radiofrequency ablation (SRFA)“ uses heat to destroy tumours with pinpoint accuracy. The main difference with this technique is that normally only one – and a maximum of three – probes are used, meaning you can only treat tumours measuring up to 3 centimetres. With this method multiple needles can be precisely placed in and around liver tumors. Thereby, even large tumors can be completely covered by overlapping ablation zones including a safety margin. The biggest tumour that was comprehensively treated was 18 centimetres in diameter. In total 900 patients with more than 1900 primary and seconary liver tumors (liver metastases) have already successfully been treated by Bale and his team.
Robotic RFA Liver tumor
 
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Ablation of liver metastasis is an alternative treatment strategy to resection. This video demonstrates the minimally invasive management of metastatic rectal cancer to the right liver. This patient's primary rectal cancer had a near complete response to nonoperative CRT. She and her Colorectal surgeon were undecided about further management plan for the primary. Chemotherapy was not controlling her liver disease. RFA technology is similar to mono polar electrocautery. Four special grounding pads are needed. The RFA generator unit is a sophisticated technology that measure impedance. Progressive alterations in the power and frequency are done with each burn cycle until 'roll off' is reached. Very high temperatures generated lead to coagulative necrosis which is tracked by impedance. Patient temperature will rise predictably with increasing energy usage. This patients tumor was abutting the diaphragm. Percutaneous RFA would also injure this and likely lead to pulmonary complications. In the OR the diaphragm and chest contents are protected. Ultrasound is used for localization and post RFA assessment. The robot is a good platform for this therapy as the sessions last 5-15 minutes per burn. We used 8 burn positions. Compared to Laparoscopic and open, the robot is much better at holding the equipment. www.psspc.com
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Worst Brain & Liver Cysts! Surgery Footage
 
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In this video we look at various cases of surgical removal of hydatid cysts of the liver and brain. These are some of the weirdest, most bizarre and most unique cysts that I have ever seen. They are caused by exposure to tapeworms and they are definitely worth learning about! Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC371MccN2nfc6CEpv60_MHQ?sub_confirmation=1 Hydatid disease is a parasitic infestation by a tapeworm of the genus Echinococcus. It is not endemic in the United States, but the change in the immigration patterns and the marked increase in transcontinental transportation over the past 4 decades have caused a rise in the profile of this previously unusual disease throughout North America. This has led to the necessity for physicians to be more aware of its clinical features, diagnosis, and management. Patient education is aimed at teaching the population at risk about the disease, its methods of transmission, its hosts, and the methods of prevention. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cystbursting/ Thank you for choosing our channel. We aim to give you the greatest pimples, acne, whiteheads, blackheads, medical videos, health, and discussion! Please subscribe and join in on the conversation! What is a blackhead? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt1IrcDnhGQ&list=UU371MccN2nfc6CEpv60_MHQ All comedone and millia microscope videos are from: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz8palJgRvV4WKHVCtJjVuQ Please subscribe! Biore Strips: http://www.amazon.com/Biore-Deep-Cleansing-Strips-Count/dp/B006RFZ66K/ref=as_sl_pc_ss_til?tag=wrestling911c-20 All videos on this channel follow fair use laws and we do our best to warn you if anything is considered "gross." This channel is for educational purposes. Education: Gloves are called personal protective equipment (PPE). Other types of PPE are gowns, masks, and shoe and head covers. Use gloves for all medical procedures! Please note that we do not tolerate stealing our videos or false reporting and flagging of videos. Our legal partners will press charges if you falsely report us and it causes any sort of loss of revenue. We hate to be like that, but there are a lot of people out there who have attempted to take advantage of us. Keep us in mind when searching dermatology acne treatment, acne laser treatment, and treatment for acne! Please leave a comment rating our music choice. If you like our music, you can find some of it on our music channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8xjc-rcsMqQSwibRuo7UjA?sub_confirmation=1 https://www.youtube.com/c/greatestcysts Store: http://astore.amazon.com/wrestling911c-20 Thumbs up if you liked this video! https://www.facebook.com/freakymedical 100 Bizarre Medical Facts by Mr. Blackhead: http://amzn.to/2cPxl0T
Laparoscopic Resection of a Benign Liver Tumor Without Vascular Clamping
 
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Surgery performed by Dr. Michel Gagner 1998 Mount Sinai Medical Center
Radical Surgery of Liver Tumors Involving Hepatic Venous Outflow...
 
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Radical Surgery of Liver Tumors Involving Hepatic Venous Outflow With and Without Hipothermic Protection E. Vicente1, Y. Quijano1, B. Ielpo1, H. Duran1, E. Diaz1, I. Fabra1, R. Puga1, C. Oliva1, R. Caruso1, V. Ferri1, J. Plaza1, B. Alvarez1, S. Olivares1 ; 1Sanchinarro University Hospital, Madrid, MADRID Presented at the 2013 AHPBA Annual Meeting
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TACE and Anti-Angiogenic Drug Treatments for Liver Cancer
 
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Series of animations made for the LIver Tumor Center at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine depicting new procedures for the treatment of liver tumors.
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Resection of pancreas and celiac axis for locally advanced pancreatic cancer
 
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Resection of pancreas and celiac axis for locally advanced pancreatic cancer: The Modified Appleby Procedure
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Laparoscopic removal of a Liver Cyst  (keyhole surgery)
 
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Main points of the laparoscopic removal of a liver cyst by Consultant Surgeon Mr. P.Antoniou
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Animation of liver tumor radiofrequency ablation
 
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Animation of liver tumor radiofrequency ablation by Medsphere (Minimally Invasive Treatment Expert with Radiofrequency Technique)
Laparoscopic Liver Tumor Removal (#3)
 
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Dr. Christopher Barry performs a laparoscopic liver tumor removal (hepatectomy). www.livercancergenomics.com
Liver Transplantation Techniques For The Surgical Management Of Renal Cell Carcinoma
 
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European Urology - Surgery in Motion - 2011-03 - March. Liver Transplantation Techniques For The Surgical Management Of Renal Cell Carcinoma With Tumor Thrombus In The Inferior Vena Cava: Step By Step Description. Authors: G. Ciancio, J. Gonzalez, S.P. Shirodkar, J.C. Angulo, M.S. Soloway
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Liver Cancer Stages
 
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A stage is simply a way of describing how far cancer has progressed, and what form that progress has taken. This video lists and describes stages for liver cancer.
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Liver Cancer: Hepatectomy with Radiofrequency Resection Video - Brigham and Women's Hospital
 
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Hepatectomy is a surgical procedure for removing segments of the liver. It is an effective treatment for primary liver tumors including those derived from colorectal and other spreading cancers. In this presentation surgeons demonstrate resection using radiofrequency to minimize bleeding. To view full procedure, visit http://mdvideocenter.brighamandwomens.org/specialties/cancer/liver-cancer-hepatectomy-with-radiofrequency-resection
Chemo Bath for Liver Cancer Seen as Treatment Breakthrough
 
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A new treatment that isolates the flow of blood to a cancerous liver while the organ receives a "chemo bath" has been employed for the first time in the UK. The procedure saturates the liver with elevated doses of chemotherapy without impacting other areas of the body.
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Giant cavernosum Liver Hemangioma
 
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Resection of a giant Liver Hemangioma 46x23x13 cm. localized at the Right Hepatic lobe. For the resection we followed an open approach operation.
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Laparoscopic Liver Tumor Removal (#1)
 
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Laparoscopic hepatectomy performed by Dr. Christopher Taylor Barry at University of Rochester Medical Center. www.livercancergenomics.com
Laparoscopic liver resection for gallbladder cancer   part 2
 
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This 35 year old lady presented with symptomatic gallstone disease and underwent laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Subsequently, histopathology of the gallbladder specimen showed evidence of adenocarcinoma infiltrating the muscle coat. After requisite workup she underwent Laparoscopic completion radical cholecystectomy which included lymphadenectomy and wedge resection (segment 4B & 5) of liver. This current video (part 2) shows the segment 4B & 5 wedge resection of liver. The lymphadenectomy involving interaortocaval LN, HDL nodes, hepatic artery nodes, periportal and retropancreatic group of nodes has been shown in part 1.
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Liver operation
 
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Liver Cancer Surgery - Dr. Benjamin Samstein
 
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Benjamin Samstein, M.D., the Surgical Director at the Living Donor Liver Transplant Program and an Attending Surgeon at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center in New York City, discusses surgery for liver cancer. Dr. Samstein's interview focuses on "resection" - removing the diseased part of the liver, how much of the liver can be safely removed, and what challenges faces surgeons operating on the liver. For more information on Dr. Samstein, please visit his profile at: http://asp.cumc.columbia.edu/facdb/profile_list.asp?uni=bs212&DepAffil=Surgery
What to expect after a liver surgery VLOG E0230
 
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आखिर क्यों होता है - लिवर कैंसर   liver cancer causes and treatment
 
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* 90 फीसदी लिवर कैंसर लिवर खराब होने के कारण ही होता है। * 10 प्रतिशत मामलों में ही सामान्य लिवर में ट्‍यूमर होता है। * लिवर बदलने से लिवर कैंसर भी खत्म हो जाता है। * लिवर कैंसर को लेकर जागरूकता की जरूरत। इसका इलाज संभव है।
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Liver tumor treatment
 
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Liver tumor treatment
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LIVER CANCER , HEALTH EDUCATION , INFECTION CONTROL (ICSP) , URDU / HINDI .
 
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http://infectioncontrolsociety.org Health awareness programme by I.C.S.P.
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synchronous colon cancer and large liver metastasis: curative resection
 
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This video shares our experience with curative treatment in a patient with synchronous sigmoid colon cancer and large liver metastasis involving whole right lobe and segment 4. The patient underwent laparoscopic colon resection and right portal vein ligation to induce liver segments 2-3 hypertrophy in preparation for liver right trisectionectomy. Since the desired future liver remnant volume had still not been achieved after completion of post-surgery 3-cycle chemotherapy, the liver phase was managed with ALPPS (Associating liver partition and portal vein ligation for staged hepatectomy) procedure.
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Liver Cancer Treatment | Liver Cancer Symptoms | Stage 4 Liver Cancer Cure
 
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Understanding liver cancer symptoms. Advancements in liver cancer treatment. Know more about treatment of liver cancer. Stage 4 liver cancer cure. Compare Liver Cancer Treatment Cost with Credihealth and Pay the best price at top centers, clinics and hospitals. Visit------ https://www.credihealth.com/doctors/India/liver Like, Share and Comment. Subscribe to our channel for more Healthcare Information and Update Videos India's Number 1 Medical Assistance Company for Surgery or Treatment. Credihealth has the largest network of hospitals in the country. We help you find best doctors from top hospitals, book online appointment and compare surgery prices in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and other cities. Visit Credihealth - https://www.credihealth.com/ Stay updated with all the happenings at Credihealth - Facebook https://www.facebook.com/credihealth Twitter https://twitter.com/credihealth Google https://plus.google.com/+Credihealth LinkedIN https://in.linkedin.com/company/credihealth liver cancer, liver cancer symptoms, symptoms of liver cancer, signs of liver cancer, liver cancer treatment, liver cancer survival rates, stage 4 liver cancer, liver cancer stages, liver cancer prognosis, causes of liver cancer, liver cancer causes, cancer of the liver, what causes liver cancer, liver cancer in children, liver cancer life expectancy, metastatic liver cancer, liver cancer in dogs, liver cancer stage 4, liver cancer symptoms in females, treatment for liver cancer, liver cancer survival, what is liver cancer, liver cancer signs, can liver cancer be cured, stages of liver cancer, types of liver cancer, is liver cancer curable, liver cancer diagnosis, stage 3 liver cancer, liver cancer curable, liver cancer cure, treatment of liver cancer, lung and liver cancer, chemotherapy for liver cancer, liver cancer pain, liver cancer images, liver cancer treatment success rate, liver cancer diet, pictures of liver cancer, liver cancer metastasis, can liver cancer be cured with chemotherapy, liver cancer survivor, liver cancer stage 4 how long to live, liver cancer ke lakshan, liver cancer facts, diet for liver cancer, liver cancer early symptoms, liver cancer treatment in india, liver cancer chemo, liver cancer ultrasound images, liver cancer chemotherapy, liver cancer treatment natural, liver cancer pictures, david bowie liver cancer, liver cancer ultrasound, liver cancer stories, liver cancer death, what does liver cancer look like, liver cancer stage 3, liver cancer last stage, liver cancer final stage, liver cancer last stage how long to live, liver cancer symptoms in hindi, liver cancer patient, liver cancer end stage, liver cancer alcohol, liver cancer treatment in ayurveda, liver cancer in hindi, liver cancer treatment in hindi, liver cancer surgery survival rate, dying from liver cancer, liver cancer rash, liver cancer pdf, liver cancer stage 1, diet for liver cancer patients, living with liver cancer, liver cancer itching, dying of liver cancer, liver cancer pathophysiology, best liver cancer hospital in india, best food for liver cancer, liver cancer natural treatment, liver cancer death rate, can liver cancer be treated, liver cancer chemotherapy survival rates, liver cancer tumor, liver cancer medicine, liver cancer how long to live, can liver cancer be cured naturally, liver cancer cured naturally, liver cancer stage 2, liver cancer from alcohol, stage 4 liver cancer survivor, liver cancer natural cure, liver cancer stage 4 treatment, juicing for liver cancer, liver cancer photos, liver cancer last stage treatment, liver cancer ct scan, liver cancer and cirrhosis, liver cancer cirrhosis, liver cancer biopsy, tace for liver cancer, liver cancer ascites, liver cancer food, symptoms of liver cancer in hindi, remedy for liver cancer, best liver cancer hospital in the world, people with liver cancer, liver cancer symptoms in tamil, liver cancer on ultrasound, liver cancer patient life expectancy, liver cancer ayurvedic treatment, liver cancer home remedies, beat liver cancer, liver cancer final stages symptoms, liver cancer patient stories, liver cancer videos, cbd oil liver cancer, liver cancer treatment in ayurveda in kerala, liver cancer ablation, liver cancer 4th stage, liver cancer radiation, liver cancer ct, liver cancer recovery, liver cancer bloating, liver cancer miracles, liver cancer ke lakshan in hindi, liver cancer metastasis to bone, liver cancer images ultrasound, liver cancer patients last days, radiotherapy for liver cancer, liver cancer primary, liver cancer natural remedies, liver cancer surgery video, best liver cancer treatment hospital in india
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10 Days After my Liver Resection...
 
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TL:DW- I had 10% of my liver removed(or segments 5 and 6, not sure), the tumor was removed, and so was my gallbladder, during a 2 hour surgery. :( I have a 3 inch vertical scar on my stomach, was in the hospital for 4 days, on Fentanyl to reduce the pain, and now waiting for pathology results back. SUBSCRIBE to see more health updates and new cooking videos soon! Other(virtual) places to find me: www.facebook.com/meatloafprincess www.twitter.com/meatloafp www.instagram.com/meatloafprincess Snapchat: username: brown1002
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Liver Biopsy Procedure
 
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This is a liver biopsy procedure performed by Dr. Joseph Galati, in Houston, Texas. He is President of Liver Specialists of Texas, and Medical Director of the Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation at The Methodist Hospital, located in the Texas Medical Center. This procedure was done at Texas International Endoscopy Center.
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How Liver Cancer Affects the Body
 
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Liver cancer is an interesting disease. As with all cancers it affects the entire body, not just where it's centralized. The liver is one of the most important organs in your body. It is located on your right side just under the rib cage and diaphragm. It is the only internal organ that is capable of regenerating itself from as little as 25%. The liver has many functions. The first function is to produce bile, which helps aid digestion. After digestion, nutrients are delivered back to the liver for processing. Some nutrients, such as sugar, are retained by the liver and released if the body needs more energy. The liver also creates coagulation factors to help the body stop blood loss after an injury. Lastly the liver cleans blood by breaking down any toxic substance found inside the blood. Due to it’s many important functions, the liver is essential to sustaining life. Liver cancer, as the name suggests is cancer that affects the liver. Liver cancer often begins in the gallbladder or liver, but in some cases it can be transported through the bloodstream into the liver, where it begins to grow. The symptoms of liver cancer include weight loss, poor appetite, inflated abdomen, a lack of energy, discomfort in the abdomen, and fever. Often times the tumor has grown significantly before being discovered. Liver cancer can lead to liver failure, which can cause the skin and eyes to turn a yellowish color. To check for liver cancer doctors first examine the abdomen by feeling the liver to see if it is enlarged, and a blood sample is taken. If the doctor suspects a tumor they will then follow up with blood tests, an ultrasound, and a CT scan. If the cancer is not spread throughout the entire liver, the doctor may prefer to remove the infected part of the liver. With the liver’s extraordinary ability to regenerate, it can be back to normal size within a few months. If removal is not possible, treatments of radio-frequency ablation, chemotherapy, or alcohol injection may be administered. These can all help prolong the life of a cancer patient. After all, whether you are sick or not, death is inevitable. The pathophysiology of Hepatocellular carcinoma has not been definitively elucidated and is clearly a multifactorial event. Inflammation, necrosis, fibrosis, and ongoing regeneration characterize the cirrhotic liver and contribute to hepatocellular carcinoma development The 1-year survival rate for people with liver cancer is 44%. The 5-year survival rate is 17%. For the 43% of people who are diagnosed at an early stage, the 5-year survival rate is 31%. If liver cancer has spread to surrounding tissues or organs and/or the regional lymph nodes, the 5-year survival rate is 11%. If the cancer has spread to a distant part of the body, the 5-year survival rate is 3%. The liver is the football-sized organ in the upper right area of the belly. Symptoms are uncommon in the early stages of liver cancer. Later, symptoms may include weight loss, belly pain, vomiting, and yellowed skin. Treatments vary but may include removal of part of the liver, transplant, chemotherapy, and in some cases radiation. Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a primary malignancy of the liver and occurs predominantly in patients with underlying chronic liver disease and cirrhosis. The cell(s) of origin are believed to be the hepatic stem cells, although this remains the subject of investigation.[1] Tumors progress with local expansion, intrahepatic spread, and distant metastases. HCC is now the third leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide, with over 500,000 people affected. The incidence of HCC is highest in Asia and Africa, where the endemic high prevalence of hepatitis B and hepatitis C strongly predisposes to the development of chronic liver disease and subsequent development of HCC. Please consider subscribing!
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Best Liver Surgeon In India, Best Hospital in India , Liver Cancer  Surgeon in India
 
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Mr. Omarrahman Abdul Jabar, from Afghanistan, came for Treatment in India, Bile duct revision surgery done by G.I.HPB surgeon Dr WaniSachin Wani at Currae Hospitals, thane , Mumbai, India. (His first surgery was done at Afghanistan where his bile duct was mistakenly cut during laparoscopic gall bladder surgery) As per Dr.wanis "There were lot of adhesions of previous surgery...Bile duct was transected at hilum..it was finally found after lifting the liver hilum...confirmed by aspiration of bile..roux an Y loop was fashioned and Hepaticojejunostomy was done with 4-0 and 5-0 PDS sutures". He discharged today from hospital. So Hopeland Medical Tourism, (www.hopelandmedicaltourism.com) once again won to make satisfied smile on face. Best Liver Cancer Surgeon in India, Best Hospitals in India.
liver cancer के सामान्‍य लक्षण||liver cancer treatment
 
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liver cancer के सामान्‍य लक्षण||liver cancer treatment Subscribe To My Channel Now For More Stuff 👇👇 Health care in hindi https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmNhhIZ0VchVdrV3EKizL7g I declare that all slideshow belong me. Photos all are taken from Google Image search and using advanced image search option.All images were fairly used during the making of this video for entertainment purposes. We do not mean to victimize anybody emotionally. Thanks to Google for providing this beautiful and related pictures. IMAGES CREDIT: GOOGLE SOURCE Information has been collected from google source Every information is taken from google & Sources. Thanks to google for the information. Source: Google Search Music: http://www.bensound.com
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Liver Cancer Treatment - Doctor & Patient Interview (Tamil)
 
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Liver Cancer Treatment explained by Dr. P. Senthilnathan Want to know more about Dr. P. Senthilnathan? Click here... http://bit.ly/Dr_Senthilnathan ********** Dr. P. Senthilnathan, an expert surgeon from Gem Hospital Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu, India), explains liver cancer treatment. He explains in detail about liver cancer, how it shapes up and kinds of liver cancer treatment. He expalins in detail about the laparoscopic surgery for liver cancer. Dr. P. Senthilnathan concludes by expressing that laparoscopic surgery is the best liver cancer treatment. ********** Subscribe on YouTube... http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MinnalHealth Follow us on Twitter... https://twitter.com/minnalvideos Like us on Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/minnalhealth +1 on Google+ https://plus.google.com/106684084313010216158 **** Translation in English **** Liver is an important part in our body. Lot of people do not know that liver is equally important to the heart & lungs. With habitual drinking, the alcohol that enters body exits through liver in general. If this happens with limitation, the liver can be saved or else the liver could be damaged. The next main reason for liver damage is hepatitis virus. The reason we have a dedicated World Hepatitis Day is because Hepatitis virus is affecting more number of people not only in India but throughout the world. Unsafe sex & drugs through syringes are the main reasons for transfer of hepatitis virus through blood. You might ask if there are medications to cure liver damage. Unfortunately, we do not have any medication to cure liver damage in English Medicine or in any other Medicine. We can safeguard the liver at the current state but medication to cure damaged liver is not possible. The name of final stage damaged liver is cirrhosis. In short, 90% of liver cancer, creates in damaged liver and only 10% of liver cancer can be seen in normal liver. The reason behind - the damaged liver helps the cancer grow like how the fertilizer help plants grow on land. So, the liver cancer forms and grows on its own and we cannot do anything about it. "I did a master health check up here and they found on CT scan, that my liver had an abnormal growth..." There was a small cyst on the liver and we suspected it to be liver cancer. So, if we suspect it to be liver cancer, then it is better to remove the cyst through laparoscopic surgery. Likewise, we did a laparoscopic surgery to remove the cyst and the lab test confirmed it as liver cancer. But since we removed the affected parts of the liver along with the cyst, it was a final laparoscopic surgery and it does not require anymore treatment. If you look at liver surgery, while doing big incision - the patient will require more than 10 days of bed rest. One or two months is required to get back to normal work. Doctor : "Sir, now tell me how many days have elapsed since your surgery..." Patient : "It is 4 days past surgery - the first two days was difficult... but now I feel completely normal..." This patient is an example. It is just 4 days since surgery and he is fit to go home. Hence, Laparoscopic surgery is best suited for liver surgery. **********
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