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The plane of dissection was kept to the left of the middle hepatic vein (see hepatic segmental anatomy) because of the proximity of that structure to the tumor. Vascular connections between segment IV and the right lobe were isolated and divided between clips.      

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An argon beam coagulator was used to aid surface hemostasis.       

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The partially divided interlobar plane is shown.       

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