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Table 4 Characteristics of 49 patients with resection

From: Neoadjuvant chemotherapy followed by curative-intent surgery for perihilar cholangiocarcinoma based on its anatomical resectability classification and lymph node status

FactorsR (n = 26)BR (n = 17)LA (n = 6)p value
Operation time (min)629 (427–943)600 (383–728)597 (395–663)0.471
Blood loss (ml)1385 (166–5166)1720
(166–6059)
2383
(1443-4090)
0.485
Type of hepatectomy
 S1,2,3,4892 
 S1,2,3,4,5,812  
 S1,5,6,7,8553 
 S1,4,5,6,7,8  1 
 S1,4,5,81   
 S1,5,81   
 S1with hilar bile duct resection2   
 Hilar bile duct resection2   
Pancreatoduodenectomy4   
Hepatopancreatoduodnectomy21  
 Combined PV resection and reconstruction (%)4 (15.4%)12 (70.6%)3 (50.0%)0.001
 Combined HA resection and reconstruction (%)03 (17.6%)1 (16.7%)0.085
Morbidity and Mortality
 Complication (Clavien-DindoIII) (%)14 (53.8%)8 (47.1%)3 (50.0%)0.908
 90-day mortality (%)000 
Adjuvant chemotherapy (%)14 (53.8%)15 (88.2%)4 (66.7%)0.063
  1. R resectable, BR borderline resectable, LA locally advanced * R vs. BR, UR
  2. Expressed as Couinaud’s hepatic segments resected, PV: portal vein, HA: hepatic artery