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Table 1 Pre-transplantation anthropometric, biochemical, and volumetric data of the donor and the recipient are reported

From: Case report: Trans-papillary free stenting of the cystic duct and of the common bile duct in a double biliary ducts anastomoses of a right lobe living donor transplantation

Age: 31 years Height: 169 cm
Gender: Male Weight: 76.8 kg
  BMI 27 kg/m2
Age: 66 y Height: 168 cm
Gender: Male Weight: 65 kg
  BMI: 23 kg/m2
Clinical picture:   
 Diagnosis: Alcohol-related cirrhosis MELD: 17
 Symptoms: Refractory ascites CTP: B 9
 Previous surgery: None Platelets: 95,000/uL
 Portal vein thrombosis: None Max spleen diameter: 15 cm
Radiologic (CT) donor liver volumetry: Whole liver: 1478 cm3
Right lobe: 879 cm3
Left lobe: 599 cm3
Recipient GRBW ratio: 1.27
Anatomic imaging: Hepatic Veins: Conventional anatomy of the hepatic veins, small hepatic vein draining the 4th segment that joins the left hepatic vein shortly before the inferior vena cava confluence
Hepatic Artery: Conventional anatomy of the celiac trunk, regularly patent
Portal Vein: Conventional anatomy of the main portal vein and of the intrahepatic portal branches
Biliary Tree: Drainage of the right posterior duct into the choledochus about 11 mm from the confluence of the bile duct draining the right anterior sectors into the left duct
Urata formula:   
 BSA:   1.87 m2
 Standard liver volume:   1326.09 cm3
 Minimal donor volume:   464.13 cm3
Vauthey formula:   
 (a) With BSA (Mosteller)   1.90 m2
  Total liver volume:   1611.87 cm3
  Minimal donor volume:   564.15 cm3
 (b) With body weight:   76.80 kg
  Total liver volume:   1613.37 cm3
  Minimal donor volume:   564.68 cm3
  1. CT  computed tomography, BSA  body surface area; BMI  body mass index; GRBW  graft weight-to-recipient body weight ratio