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CNAA / Theses / 2010 / June /

Anatomic-Surgical Features Of The Elements Of Hepatic Peduncle

Author: Guzun Gheorghe
Degree:doctor of medicine
Speciality: 14.00.02 - Human Anatomy
Scientific adviser: Ilia Catereniuc
doctor habilitat, associate professor (docent), Nicolae Testemitanu State University of Medicine and Pharmacy of the Republic of Moldova
Scientific consultant: Boris Topor
doctor habilitat, professor, Nicolae Testemitanu State University of Medicine and Pharmacy of the Republic of Moldova


The thesis was presented on the 16 June, 2010
Approved by NCAA on the 6 October, 2010


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cystic artery, right and left, common and proper hepatic arteries, extrahepatic biliary tracts, anatomic variations


Gheorghe Guzun, „Anatomic-Surgical Features Of The Elements Of Hepatic Peduncle”, dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, Chisinau, 2010. The Dissertation consists of 137 pages of typed text that include: introduction, 5 chapters, conclusions, bibliography with 202 references, 63 illustrations and 16 tables. The received results have been published in 11 scientific studies.

Work objective and Research tasks: Studying of the individual anatomic variability and interaction between biliar and arterial elements at level of portal peduncle and within the hepatoduodenal ligament.

Research tasks: Studying of individual variations of hepatic and cystic artery architectonics, including the derivation, angle of convergence, bifurcation, sizes, etc.; defining the anatomic diversity of biliary tracts and gallbladder duct; confirmation of literature data about a constant detection of the Calot’s triangle in its classical borders, as an anatomical landmark for localization and mobilization of a single or multiple cystic arteries.

Scientific novelty: The existence of particular variation series of rare occurrence with atypical localization of the elements under consideration has been clearly demonstrated. Theoretical value: The information received can be included into plans of scientific researches and in the course of training at such subdepartments of the Institute as "Human Anatomy", “Topographic Anatomy and Operative Surgery" and others.

Practical value: The information obtained can be used to upgrade qualification of experts in the field, especially in the section of training “Upper Abdomen”, concepts of “Lesser Omentum”, “Hepatoduodenal Ligament” at corresponding subdepartments of Medical Institute. Application of scientific results:

The basic results and concepts obtained as a part of the study have been applied in medical practice, as well as in educational process at some subdepartments and scientific researches of students and rezidents of surgical profile.