Clinical significance of spleen-remnant liver volume ratio i
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The objective of this study was to explore the value of spleen–remnant liver volume ratio for hepatocellular carcinoma surgery and liver reserve assessment. Spleen–remnant liver volume ratio postoperation was measured with imageological methods and water displacement, and the liver function postoperation and a hospital stay of patients with different spleen–remnant liver volume ratios were compared. Spleen–remnant liver volume ratio was closely related to liver function assessment postoperation. The higher the ratio, the higher the assessment score of liver function postoperation would be. When spleen–remnant liver volume ratio was ?0.9, the patients had a fast recovery and short hospital stay. Spleen–remnant liver volume ratio can effectively predict the recovery and liver reserve of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma postoperation. When postoperative spleen–remnant liver volume ratio is predicted to be ?0.9, the operation can be performed; and when the ratio is predicted to be ?1.2, the operation is not suggested...

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