Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Historical Perspective

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
  3. The Operation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 27-27
    2. Quirino Lai, Samuele Iesari, Jan Lerut
      Pages 29-56
    3. Javier Bueno, Matias Ramirez, José Andrés Molino
      Pages 57-67
    4. Cataldo Doria, Samuel Goldstein, Ignazio R. Marino
      Pages 69-80
    5. Koji Hashimoto, Bijan Eghtesad
      Pages 81-97
    6. Sung-Gyu Lee, Deok-Bog Moon
      Pages 99-117
    7. Hoonbae Jeon, Tai Ho Shin, Ivo G. Tzvetanov, Enrico Benedetti
      Pages 119-128
    8. Carlo Gerardo B. Ramirez
      Pages 129-140
  4. Anesthesia Management

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 141-141
    2. Yoogoo Kang, Elia Elia
      Pages 143-187
    3. Rodrigo Cartin-Ceba, Vivek N. Iyer, Michael J. Krowka
      Pages 189-209
  5. Transplant Hepatology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 211-211
    2. Laura Connor, Scott Andrew Fink
      Pages 213-227
    3. Dina L. Halegoua-De Marzio, David A. Sass
      Pages 229-245
    4. Santiago J. Munoz, Kenneth D. Rothstein, Alexandra L. Gibas
      Pages 247-254
    5. Thomas Byrne, Hugo Vargas
      Pages 287-291
    6. Mohammad Khreiss, David A. Geller
      Pages 293-301
    7. Jascha Rubin, Ashwin Sama
      Pages 303-316
    8. Pooja Singh, Jerry McCauley
      Pages 317-330
  6. Immunology and Pathology of Liver Transplant

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 331-331
    2. Richard DePalma, John Knorr, Victor Navarro
      Pages 333-353
    3. Wei Jiang, John L. Farber
      Pages 355-380
  7. Radiology and Liver Transplantation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 381-381
    2. Christopher G. Roth, Flavius G. Guglielmo, Sandeep P. Deshmukh, Donald G. Mitchell
      Pages 383-426
  8. Basic Science in Liver Transplantation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 439-439
    2. Zhengyu Wei
      Pages 441-453
    3. Neil H. Riordan
      Pages 455-474
  9. Special Topics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 475-475
    2. Lisa A. Coscia, John M. Davison, Michael J. Moritz, Vincent T. Armenti
      Pages 477-494
    3. Steffen Mitzner, Niels Grabow, Sebastian Klammt
      Pages 505-522
    4. Salvatore Gruttadaria, Duilio Pagano, J. Wallis Marsh
      Pages 523-534
    5. Anthony J. Bazzan, Andrew B. Newberg, Daniel A. Monti
      Pages 535-546
    6. George Valko
      Pages 547-558
  10. The Contemporary Successful Liver Transplant Program

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 559-559
    2. Belinda Paganafanador
      Pages 561-568
    3. Maria McCall, Natalie Doria
      Pages 569-580
    4. Jerita Payne
      Pages 581-597
    5. Edward Zavala, Meredith M. Stanley
      Pages 599-615
    6. Daniel F. Ryan III, Paul E. Peel, Conor A. Mintzer
      Pages 627-641
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 643-648

About this book


Contemporary Liver Transplantation provides a comprehensive review of the most crucial and provocative aspects of liver transplantation. It represents a unique source of information and guidance for the current generation of transplant surgeons that evolved from being pure clinicians into savvy administrators knowledgeable in every regulatory aspect governing transplantation. The book contains 35 chapters covering every single aspect of the surgical operation in the donors as well as the recipients of liver transplants. The pre-operative work-up, as well as the post-operative immunosuppression management, and the treatment of recurrent diseases are addressed in detail. Single chapters are dedicated to controversial issues like transplantation in patients diagnosed with NASH, transplantation for patients diagnosed with HCC beyond Milan criteria, and usage of HIV positive donors. Dedicated chapters on HCV, HCC, FHF, and NASH will make this book a unique resource for any health care provider part of the multidisciplinary liver transplant team. The book goes beyond the analysis of the formal medical and surgical aspects of liver transplantation and introduces deep knowledge on key aspects of contemporary transplant programs, such as: physical rehabilitation, palliative care, pregnancy, the multiple requirements of regulatory agencies ruling transplantation, quality measurements for transplant programs, finance and liability. The book is organized in 9 sections focusing on each key aspect of liver transplantation. Contemporary Liver Transplantation addresses the need and the questions of of the multidisciplinary group involved including surgeons, Hepatologists , anesthesiologists, infectious disease specialists, radiologists, transplant coordinators, financial specialists, epidemiologists and administrators.


NASH fulminant hepatic failure live donor liver transplan orthotopic liver transplantation split liver transplantation transplant Hepatology

Editors and affiliations

  • Cataldo Doria
    • 1
  1. 1.Nicoletti Family Professor of Transplant Surgery, Director, Jefferson Transplant Institute, Director, Division of Transplantation, Surgical Director, Kimmel Cancer Center – Jefferson Liver Tumor CenterSidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University HospitalPhiladelphiaUSA

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