Recommendations for laparoscopic liver resection: a report from the second international consensus conference held in Morioka

Go Wakabayashi, Daniel Cherqui, David A. Geller, Joseph F. Buell, Hironori Kaneko, Ho S eong Han, Horacio Asbun, Nicholas OʼRourke, Minoru Tanabe, Alan J. Koffron, Allan Tsung, Olivier Soubrane, Marcel A utran Machado, Brice Gayet, Roberto I. Troisi, Patrick Pessaux, Ronald M. Van Dam, Olivier Scatton, Mohammad Abu Hilal, Giulio BelliChoon H yuck David Kwon, Bjørn Edwin, Gi H ong Choi, Luca A ntonio Aldrighetti, Xiujun Cai, Sean Cleary, Kuo Hsin Chen, Michael R. Schön, Atsushi Sugioka, Chung Ngai Tang, Paulo Herman, Juan Pekolj, Xiao Ping Chen, Ibrahim Dagher, William Jarnagin, Masakazu Yamamoto, Russell Strong, Palepu Jagannath, Chung Mau Lo, Pierre Alain Clavien, Norihiro Kokudo, Jeffrey Barkun, Steven M. Strasberg

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The use of laparoscopy for liver surgery is increasing rapidly. The Second International Consensus Conference on Laparoscopic Liver Resections (LLR) was held in Morioka, Japan, from October 4 to 6, 2014 to evaluate the current status of laparoscopic liver surgery and to provide recommendations to aid its future development. Seventeen questions were addressed. The first 7 questions focused on outcomes that reflect the benefits and risks of LLR. These questions were addressed using the Zurich-Danish consensus conference model in which the literature and expert opinion were weighed by a 9-member jury, who evaluated LLR outcomes using GRADE and a list of comparators. The jury also graded LLRs by the Balliol Classification of IDEAL. The jury concluded that MINOR LLRs had become standard practice (IDEAL 3) and that MAJOR liver resections were still innovative procedures in the exploration phase (IDEAL 2b). Continued cautious introduction of MAJOR LLRs was recommended. All of the evidence available for scrutiny was of LOW quality by GRADE, which prompted the recommendation for higher quality evaluative studies. The last 10 questions focused on technical questions and the recommendations were based on literature review and expert panel opinion. Recommendations were made regarding preoperative evaluation, bleeding controls, transection methods, anatomic approaches, and equipment. Both experts and jury recognized the need for a formal structure of education for those interested in performing major laparoscopic LLR because of the steep learning curve.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)619-629
Number of pages11
JournalAnnals of Surgery
Volume261
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 1 2015

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Wakabayashi, G., Cherqui, D., Geller, D. A., Buell, J. F., Kaneko, H., Han, H. S. E., ... Strasberg, S. M. (2015). Recommendations for laparoscopic liver resection: a report from the second international consensus conference held in Morioka. Annals of Surgery, 261(4), 619-629. https://doi.org/10.1097/SLA.0000000000001180

Recommendations for laparoscopic liver resection : a report from the second international consensus conference held in Morioka. / Wakabayashi, Go; Cherqui, Daniel; Geller, David A.; Buell, Joseph F.; Kaneko, Hironori; Han, Ho S eong; Asbun, Horacio; OʼRourke, Nicholas; Tanabe, Minoru; Koffron, Alan J.; Tsung, Allan; Soubrane, Olivier; Machado, Marcel A utran; Gayet, Brice; Troisi, Roberto I.; Pessaux, Patrick; Van Dam, Ronald M.; Scatton, Olivier; Abu Hilal, Mohammad; Belli, Giulio; Kwon, Choon H yuck David; Edwin, Bjørn; Choi, Gi H ong; Aldrighetti, Luca A ntonio; Cai, Xiujun; Cleary, Sean; Chen, Kuo Hsin; Schön, Michael R.; Sugioka, Atsushi; Tang, Chung Ngai; Herman, Paulo; Pekolj, Juan; Chen, Xiao Ping; Dagher, Ibrahim; Jarnagin, William; Yamamoto, Masakazu; Strong, Russell; Jagannath, Palepu; Lo, Chung Mau; Clavien, Pierre Alain; Kokudo, Norihiro; Barkun, Jeffrey; Strasberg, Steven M.

In: Annals of Surgery, Vol. 261, No. 4, 01.04.2015, p. 619-629.

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Wakabayashi, G, Cherqui, D, Geller, DA, Buell, JF, Kaneko, H, Han, HSE, Asbun, H, OʼRourke, N, Tanabe, M, Koffron, AJ, Tsung, A, Soubrane, O, Machado, MAU, Gayet, B, Troisi, RI, Pessaux, P, Van Dam, RM, Scatton, O, Abu Hilal, M, Belli, G, Kwon, CHYD, Edwin, B, Choi, GHO, Aldrighetti, LAN, Cai, X, Cleary, S, Chen, KH, Schön, MR, Sugioka, A, Tang, CN, Herman, P, Pekolj, J, Chen, XP, Dagher, I, Jarnagin, W, Yamamoto, M, Strong, R, Jagannath, P, Lo, CM, Clavien, PA, Kokudo, N, Barkun, J & Strasberg, SM 2015, 'Recommendations for laparoscopic liver resection: a report from the second international consensus conference held in Morioka', Annals of Surgery, vol. 261, no. 4, pp. 619-629. https://doi.org/10.1097/SLA.0000000000001180
Wakabayashi, Go ; Cherqui, Daniel ; Geller, David A. ; Buell, Joseph F. ; Kaneko, Hironori ; Han, Ho S eong ; Asbun, Horacio ; OʼRourke, Nicholas ; Tanabe, Minoru ; Koffron, Alan J. ; Tsung, Allan ; Soubrane, Olivier ; Machado, Marcel A utran ; Gayet, Brice ; Troisi, Roberto I. ; Pessaux, Patrick ; Van Dam, Ronald M. ; Scatton, Olivier ; Abu Hilal, Mohammad ; Belli, Giulio ; Kwon, Choon H yuck David ; Edwin, Bjørn ; Choi, Gi H ong ; Aldrighetti, Luca A ntonio ; Cai, Xiujun ; Cleary, Sean ; Chen, Kuo Hsin ; Schön, Michael R. ; Sugioka, Atsushi ; Tang, Chung Ngai ; Herman, Paulo ; Pekolj, Juan ; Chen, Xiao Ping ; Dagher, Ibrahim ; Jarnagin, William ; Yamamoto, Masakazu ; Strong, Russell ; Jagannath, Palepu ; Lo, Chung Mau ; Clavien, Pierre Alain ; Kokudo, Norihiro ; Barkun, Jeffrey ; Strasberg, Steven M. / Recommendations for laparoscopic liver resection : a report from the second international consensus conference held in Morioka. In: Annals of Surgery. 2015 ; Vol. 261, No. 4. pp. 619-629.
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