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Section: New Results

Liver biomedical research

Participants: Irene Vignon-Clementel, Nicolas Golse

Nicolas Golse, as part of his medical activity has published 7 articles in 2019 that are not reported here.

The hepatic volume gain following resection is essential for clinical recovery. Previous studies have focused on cellular regeneration. In [13], the study aims to explore the rate of hepatic regeneration of the porcine liver following major resection, highlighting estimates of the early microarchitectural changes that occur during the cellular regeneration. Nineteen large white pigs had 75% resection with serial measurements of the hepatic volume, density, blood flow, and architectural changes that are analyzed at different days to highlight differences pre-resection and in the days following resection.