Liver Resection Video – Surgical Removal of a Portion of the Liver

Liver Resection Video - Surgical Removal of a Portion of the Liver

Liver Resection (Hepatectomy) is a procedure during which a portion of the liver (hepatic tissue) is surgically removed. The most common reason for a patient to undergo Liver Resection is liver cancer. During Hepatectomy, the surgeon would attempt to remove the tumor along with surrounding tissue.

Video below shows what it looks like when Liver Resection is performed. Captions are provided throughout the video to explain what is happening. Hepatectomy in the video was performed at the Mahatma Gandhi Cancer Hospital in Miraj, India.

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55 thoughts on “Liver Resection Video – Surgical Removal of a Portion of the Liver”

        1. Everytime I see those balls, I can’t help but stare at them for minutes at a time wondering if they are real or not. It also reminds me of the dog in the movie, “Joe Dirt.” Yep… o.O

    1. I bought some steak, chopped stew meat, round rib eye, sandwich meat, all the while looking at this site on my phone. I have got a fucking problem. Oh well. Happy fucking early fourth of July bitches!

    1. See I keep wanting to make a comment on this, but all I keep coming back to is how much I love liver and onions(with bacon,yummo) and of course the Hannibal Lecter one… both said what I was thinking…hehehe. 🙂

    1. Ya, I don’t even have a liver. I’ve drank so much that my liver is shit, I once failed a drug test because of alcohol, the fucked up part is it had been four and a half days, try explaining that to your councilor.

        1. Milk Thistle? Is that because of low iron levels or due to liver related health issues. I’m not trying to be nosy, however, I do have anemia and take iron supplements, but don’t like taking them, so if there were a more natural remedy, I’d be more than happy to know about it. Thanks in advance for your reply…. have a happy day.

          1. Cod liver, olives, apricots, and sun-dried tomatoes are great for iron supplements. I have anemia too and usually eating a few apricots or handful of olives helps.

            Or if you want to go really old school there’s a theory that Elizabeth Bathory drank the blood of young girls because of the iron in the girls blood helped with Bathory’s anemia.

          2. no, it is for the health of the liver. It safes the liver cells from poison. If you have a Mushroom poisoning you will get “Milk Thistle”, because it’s better than any synthetic
            medicine, we have today.

      1. I didn’t know the english word for “Niedersachsen”, that’s Lower Saxony…not all of the german states have an english translation.
        “Sachsen” is Saxony, but there are two different states, Sxony was in the DDR before the Reunion and lower saxony was in the BRD and there are not neighbors, between is “Sachsen-Anhalt”. Lower Saxony is the second largest state after bavarian.

  1. Interesting video. Just wish that the picture quality was a little better when they were showing the more finer details of the procedure. Overall, it was a nice little concise video of a Hepatectomy procedure.

      1. @Trooper, I like Liver and Onions myself but my wife gags when anywhere near it. So as you can tell, I’ve been starved of Liver and Onions for a long time.
        If I visit The Isle of Man will I be able to join you for a round of pints and a healthy serving of Liver and Onions?

    1. The short answer is : People Die unnecessarily !

      And here’s you a story of how to prevent that from happening: To make sure the Surgeon didn’t operate on the wrong body part, one smart patient taped his business card (a malpractice plaintiff?s attorney) to his left knee that was to be replaced.

      1. America Fuck Yeah!…..around here medics are totally pissed off against this relatively new wave of malpractice lawsuit attorneys, and while I’m with them in the fact that these law-vultures are quite a pain in the ass, it also makes me think about how many thousands had their tickets punched early by malpracticing doctors without any form of investigation before this evil lawsuit-vulture invasion…on short, we lawyers rock, and 25% of BG members are alive right now thanks to us, not the doctors! 😀

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