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Konstantin Semash

Konstantin Semash
National Medical Research Center of Transplantology and Artificial Organs named after V.I. Shumakov, Moscow, Russia · Department of Surgery #2

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September 2014 - August 2015
City Clinical Hospital No.7
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  • Surgeon

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Publications (15)
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Living related liver transplantation has proved to be an effective, safe and radical method for treating end-stage liver diseases. In the last decade, a laparoscopic approach to donor hepatectomy has been gradually introduced into clinical practice. According to world literature, there are presently no uniform standards for performing laparoscopic...
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Liver transplantation is the treatment of choice for patients with end-stage liver disease or acute liver failure. However, vascular complications, such as hepatic artery stenosis and/or thrombosis, graft portal vein stenosis and biliodigestive strictures following liver transplantation are still common despite improvements and innova- tions in sur...
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Background The chronic shortage of organs makes the option of living liver donation particularly appealing, and living donor LLS transplantation remains the most common procedure for pediatric liver transplantation in Russia. Laparoscopic living donor left lateral sectionectomy (lapLDLLS) was recently established as a new standard practice. Purpos...
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Many studies have shown that biliary complications after transplantation of the left lateral segment (LLS) of the liver reduce graft and recipient survival. Thus, timely correction of biliary complications, and strictures in particular, improves long-term outcomes in transplantation. Objective: to analyze our own experience in cor- recting biliar...
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Background: During the last few years laparoscopic approach for living donor hepatectomy (LLDH) widely spread among high volume centers and proved its safety for donors and recipients. Our LLDH program was launched at 2016. Since this period the method established as routine for LLS donors. Analysis of own experience focused on LDLT in children was...
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With the presence of organ shortage, living donors remain important sources of grafts, especially for pediatric recipients. Laparoscopic nephrectomy has become the gold standard for living donors. Additionally, laparoscopic partial liver procurement in living donors has proven its safety and feasibility in the latest studies. We have combined both...
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Background : Split liver transplantation is used worldwide and allows for an increase of donor organ pool, especially for pediatric recipients. Donor selection, some aspects of surgical techniques and long-term results remain to be important issues of split liver transplantation. Aim : To analyze our own clinical results of split liver transplantat...
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Background Laparoscopic living donor liver procurement for transplantation has increased in popularity over the past decade. The purpose of this study was to compare the laparoscopic and open approaches in living donor left lateral sectionectomy (LLS) and to assess the safety and feasibility of this laparoscopic approach. Methods A total of 103 li...
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Introduction . Liver transplantation is a multi-component and complex type of operative treatment. Patients undergoing such a treatment sometimes are getting various complications. One of these complications is a portal hypertension associated with portal vein stenosis. Materials and methods . In 6 years after the left lateral section transplantati...

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