Liver resection, also known as hepatectomy, is a surgical procedure that involves removal of a part of the liver. The liver is the largest internal organ in the body, and it performs several vital functions, including detoxification of the blood, production of bile, and synthesis of essential proteins.
Liver resection is typically performed to remove cancerous or noncancerous tumors that are localized in one area of the liver. The procedure involves removing the affected portion of the liver to prevent the spread of cancerous cells to other parts of the body.
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