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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

Acquired diaphragmatic hernia in adult patients after liver resection, living hepatic donation and liver transplantation reported in the main literature articles

Author n Sex (male : female) Median age (yr) BMI (kg/m2) Initial surgery (n) Median delay to diagnosis (mon) Incidence (%) Surgical repair (urgent) Surgical approach Median hernia size (cm) Site of hernia (n) Median follow-up (mon) Recurrence
Kousoulas et al. 2011 [1] 2 NA NA NA LDRH NA 2.3 2/2 (1) Laparotomy NA Right NA NA
Dieter et al. 2011 [2] 2 0 : 2 NA NA LDRH NA Thoracotomy 7 Right NA NA
Tabrizian et al. 2012 [3] 10 5 : 5 48 (35–67) 24.5 (20.1–31.3) RH (8), LH (1), LLS (1) 15 (5–120) 1 10/10 (2) Laparotomy (9) Laparoscopy (1) < 5 cm (6), 5–10 (1), > 10 (3) Right (8), left (2) 36 (10–167) 1/10
Livingstone et al. 2016 [5] 2 1 : 1 24 (23–25) 34 (1 male) LDRH 39.5 (19–60) 1.6 (2.3 of RH) 2/2 (2) Laparotomy 4 Right NA NA
Oh et al. 2017 [7] 9 6 : 3 44 (30–65) 25 (20.9–29) LDRH 5.7 (3–16.6) 2.7 3/9 (3) NA 2.8 (1.1–7.7) Right NA NA
Esposito et al. 2017 [6] 3 1 : 2 55 (43–65) NA RH 14 (4–31) 2.3 3/3 (1) Laparotomy 3, 3.5, 9 Right 1, 5, 10 0
Manzini et al. 2019 [10] 5 2 : 3 NA 28.2 ± 3.2 RH (3), ERH (2) 22 (5–96) 0.8 4/5 (2) Laparotomy 3.9 (2.5–5.5) Right (5/5) 34.5 0
Our series 13 7 : 6 50 (30–67) 23.4 (18.7–28) LDRH (5), RH (5) and LH (1), WLT (2) 65.1 (1.8–244.7) 9.6, 0.66, 0.22 13/13 (1) Laparotomy (12) Thoracotomy (1) 6 (1.5–10) Right (12), left (1) 35.5 (1–173.1) 1/13

BMI, body mass index; NA, not available; LDRH, live donor right hepatectomy; RH, right hepatectomy; LH, left hepatectomy; LLS, left lateral section; ERH, extended right hepatectomy, WLT, whole liver transplantation.

Ann Hepatobiliary Pancreat Surg 2021;25:462-71 https://doi.org/10.14701/ahbps.2021.25.4.462
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