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Special Issue: The Pediatric Liver Patient
Series on Liver Surgery
Guest Edited by David Reich, M.D.
Laparoscopic Liver Resection
David A. Geller M.D., Mohammad Khreiss M.D.
Learn why laparoscopic liver resection is rapidly being adopted for certain benign and malignant tumors, with more than 6000 cases now performed worldwide.
Single-Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
Andres Castellanos, M.D., Jessica Fazendin, M.D., and Lucian Panait, M.D.
Experts explain what clinicians need to know about the indications, technical aspects, complications, and outcomes of single-incision laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
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Series on New Treatments for Hepatitis C
New Therapies for Hepatitis C: Latin American Perspectives
Rafael Claudino Botero, M.D., F.A.C.P., and Martin Tagle, M.D.
Learn about the unique challenges for treating Hepatitis C in Latin America, including a detailed country by country analysis.
Los Nuevos Tratamiento de Hepatitis C: Perspectivas Latinoamericanas
Access to New Direct-Acting Antiviral Agents Against HCV Infection: A View From Spain
Santiago Tome, M.D., Esteban Otero, M.D.
The high cost of treatment, assumptions about the need for specialized management, and patient fear all combine to make treating HCV in Spain an ongoing healthcare problem.
Accesibilidad a los nuevos agentes antivirales directoscontra la infeccion por VHC. Un punto de vista desde España
New Treatments for HCV: Perspective From Asia
Ming-Lung Yu, M.D., Ph.D., and Wan-Long Chuang, M.D., Ph.D.
More than 80% of Asian persons infected with HCV have a favorable host genotype associated with a higher rate of sustained virological response to treatment with pegylated interferon and ribavirin. What does that mean for treatment?
Treating HCV Infection in Children
Christine K. Lee, M.D., Maureen M. Jonas, M.D.
Perinatal transmission is the most common mode of hepatitis C virus (HCV) acquisition in children - read, watch, or listen to learn more.