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Figure 4: A cephalad clamp on the inferior vena cava (IVC) and clamp on the hepatoduodenal ligament (a).Once the thrombus is out, the cephalad clamp on the IVC is replaced to the subhepatic IVC (b and c) and then the hepatoduodenal ligament clamp is released (d)

Figure 4: A cephalad clamp on the inferior vena cava (IVC) and clamp on the hepatoduodenal ligament (a).Once the thrombus is out, the cephalad clamp on the IVC is replaced to the subhepatic IVC (b and c) and then the hepatoduodenal ligament clamp is released (d)