Craig T. Albanese, MD, MBA

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  • Successful treatment of liver hemorrhage in the premature infant JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC SURGERY Strear, C. M., Graf, J. L., Albanese, C. T., Harrison, M. R., Jennings, R. W. 1998; 33 (6): 849-851


    Intraoperative neonatal liver hemorrhage usually results in exsanguination and death. The parenchyma of a neonatal liver is fragile, and the capsule is very thin, unlike that in the pediatric and adult patient. This renders the treatment of a neonatal liver fracture almost universally unsuccessful. The current report describes two cases of successful management of intraoperative neonatal liver hemorrhage during surgery for necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC).

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