Liver Transplant Program
Research - Liver Center
The University of Maryland Liver Center maintains an
active research program in both the clinical and basic sciences. The areas of
interest include cryoablation of liver tumors, noninvasive determination of
cardiopulmonary function in liver disease, portopulmonary hypertension,
mechanisms of injury to liver cells, cell transplantation and liver assist
devices for liver failure. The following are publications generated by
researchers in our Liver Transplant Program.
This page was last updated on:
- Philosophe B, Carter S, Doherty GM, Strasberg SM. Hepatobiliary Disease. The
Washington Manual of Surgery, Doherty Baumann, Creswell, Goss and Lairmore
editors. Little, Brown and Company, 1996.
- Philosophe B, Hemming A, Cattral MS, Chung SW, Lily LB, Levy GA, Greig PD.
Late graft loss following liver transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings
- Philosophe B, Lander BL, Hemming A, Greig PD, Cattral MS,
Wanless I, Rasul I, Baxter N, Taylor BT. Surgical management of hepatocellular
carcinoma (hcc). J Gastrointest Surg 1997; In press.
August 7, 2012.
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