Programme(s) to which this project applies:
|☒ MPhil/PhD||☑ MRes[Med]||☒ URIS|
Objective and Significance:
1) To investigate the impact of small-for-size syndrome after LDLT
2) To evaluate the effect of portal hemodynamics and portal flow modulation on small-for-size syndrome
3) To determine factors that predict the need for portal flow modulation in LDLT
Research Plan and Methodology:
The first objective will be done in a form of retrospective study. All adult LDLT from 1994 to 2017 would be analyzed. Patients will be stratified according to different definitions of Small-forsize syndrome, and to correlate with post-transplant outcomes.
The second and third objectives will be done prospectively. Students will record the portal flow and pressure in all LDLT and determine the impacts of portal flow modulation.
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