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Principles of Surgery Companion Handbook

FIGURE 10-7 Multiorgan procurement of the liver, pancreas, and kidneys. Note intraaortic and portal vein cannulas for in vivo flushout.

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FIGURE 10-8 Five-year survival rates of patients receiving living-related, living-unrelated, and cadaveric renal transplants. (From: Cecka JM: Living donor transplants, in Cecka JM, Terasaki PI (eds): Clinical Transplants 1995. Los Angeles, UCLA Tissue Typing Laboratory, 1996, pp 363–377, with permission.)

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FIGURE 12-1 Model to explain the uneven distribution of blood flow in the lung based on the pressures affecting the capillaries. In zone 1, alveolar pressure (Pa) exceeds pulmonary artery (Pa) and venous (Pv) pressures so that the collapsible vessels are held closed and there is no flow. In zone 2, pulmonary arterial pressure exceeds alveolar pressure, but alveolar pressure exceeds venous pressure. Under these conditions, there is a constriction at the downstream end of each collapsible vessel. In zone 3, pulmonary arterial and venous pressures exceed alveolar pressure, and the colapsible vessels are held open. (From: West JB, Dollery CT, Naimark A: Distribution of blood flow in isolated lung: Relation to vascular and alveolar pressures. J Appl Physiol 19: 713, 1964, with permission.)

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FIGURE 12-2 Normal pressure waveforms from the right side of the heart and pulmonary artery. sys = systolic; ed = end-diastolic. (From: Grossman W, Barry WH: Cardiac catheterization, in Braunwald E (ed): Heart Disease: A Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine. Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 1988, p 250, with permission.)

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FIGURE 12-3 Diagram illustrating intraventricular catheters, epidural bolts, subarachnoid bolts, and fiberoptic catheters for ICP measurement. (Adapted from: Doyle DJ, Mark PWS: Analysis of intracranial pressure. J Clin Monit 8:81, 1992, with permission.)

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FIGURE 15-1 Malignant processes in the head and neck.

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FIGURE 16-1 A suggested algorithm for investigating the cardiac status of all patients over age 45 or those with significant risk factors undergoing major thoracic surgery. (Adapted from Miller JI: Preoperative evaluation. Chest Surg Clin North Am 4:701, 1992, with permission.)

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FIGURE 16-2 A and B. The segmental anatomy of the lungs. An appreciation of these anatomic divisions often makes it possible to preserve pulmonary tissue by performing segmental resections for localized disease.

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