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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2015, Volume 52, Issue 1,





Codrut IVAN, Cristian C. NICA, Amadeus DOBRESCU, Olga BELIC, Petru MATUSZ, Sorin OLARIU Using Human Intrahepatic Bile Duct System Corrosion Casts in Training of the Medical Students and Residents


Abstract:
The bile duct system has two distinct components: one intrahepatic and another extrahepatic. Both components are subject to large anatomical variability. Knowledge of intraparenchimatous bile duct system distribution is particularly useful for planning and performing major surgical resection and liver transplantation. For this reason, the training of students and medical residents must use liver corrosion casts. On the 130 pieces of hepatic corrosion casts, a percentage of 80.75% of cases have modal typology, homologated by Terminologia Anatomica (1998). On a percentage of 19.25% of the studied cases were found major variations of the intrahepatic bile duct system (classified into four morphological types). In 16.15% of cases, the posterior branch in his passage to the left hepatic duct intersects the main portal fissure. Medial and lateral branches showed no major variations on the studied material. Use of human intrahepatic bile duct system corrosion casts with major anatomical variations, can compensate for lack of clinical material in training of medical students and residents. Keywords: corrosion casts, intrahepatic bile duct system, major variations, training



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