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Gulhane Med J. 2012; 54(2): 165-167


Open heart surgery in a patient with liver transplantation

Faruk Cingöz, İsmail Hakkı Özerhan, Mehmet Ali Şahin, Gökhan Yağcı, Mehmet Arslan, Sadettin Çetiner.

Abstract
Coronary artery bypass operation was performed with the diagnosis of ischemic heart disease in a-58-year-old male patient in whom orthotopic liver transplantation had been performed 4 years ago. Coronary artery bypass grafting operation was performed using left internal mammarian artery and autogenous vein graft for three vessels. There were no complications in the pre- and post-operative periods. This patient as the first case in our hospital was presented with the literature review.

Key words: Liver transplantation, coronary bypass



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