|ECR 2018 / C-0241|
|Vascular complications of liver transplantation: what the radiologist should know|
Currently, liver transplantation is the first line treatment for patients with terminal liver disease, both acute and chronic. However, postoperative complications may limit the success of the intervention and increase mortality and morbidity of patients.
Clinical manifestations of complications of liver transplantation are so unspecific. That’s why medical imaging (especially Doppler ultrasound) are more and more important.
It is therefore essential that the radiologist knows the most common complications and their presentation on imaging techniques.
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