FRL

(redirected from Future Remnant Liver)
AcronymDefinition
FRLFixed Rate Loan
FRLFriesland
FRLFilter, Regulator, Lubricator (pneumatics technology)
FRLField Research Laboratory (India)
FRLFull Reservoir Level (hydroelectricity)
FRLFamily Research Laboratory (University of New Hampshire)
FRLFire Resistance Level (grading for building products)
FRLForest Reference Level (climate change)
FRLFraeulein (German: Miss)
FRLFiber Reinforced Laminate (paneling)
FRLFractional Reserve Lending (finance)
FRLFire Research Laboratory (US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives)
FRLFrame Relay Link
FRLFoundation for Rural Living (Canada)
FRLFinished Road Level (civil engineering)
FRLFrench Radio London (radio station; UK)
FRLFantasy Racing League
FRLFormer Regime Loyalists (Iraq)
FRLFree Range Librarian (personal blog)
FRLFlight Refueling Limited (now Cobham PLC; UK)
FRLFree & Reduced Lunch
FRLFrequently Requested Listings (Automated Directory Assistance & Speech-enabled Applications)
FRLFeyenoord Rotterdam Lyrics
FRLFranchise Recruiters, Ltd.
FRLFrame Representation Language (MIT)
FRLFacility Restriction Level
FRLFuture Remnant Liver (hepatectomy)
FRLFuselage Reference Line
FRLFailure Rate Level (standard for electronic components)
FRLFusion Rocket Launcher
FRLFinland-Russia Line (fiber optic)
FRLFeltman Research Labs.
FRLFinished Roof Level
FRLFilter, Air Roll
FRLFunctional Requirements Letter
FRLFlorida Right to Life Committee, Inc.
FRLFiberglass Reinforced Lining (peramenent spa and hot tub refinishing)
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However, in the majority of cases, liver surgery is contraindicated due to too small future remnant liver (FRL).
In these conditions, the patients always required a hemi-hepatectomy or an extended hemi-hepatectomy for a radical resection which may be suffered insufficient volume of the future remnant liver (FRL) which is high risk for mortality or morbidity post-operative.
4 In 1986 for patients undergoing hepatic resection for hepatocellular carcinoma, it has been increasingly used for preoperative treatment of patients scheduled to undergo liver resection when the volume of the future remnant liver appears to be insufficient, such as bile duct cancer5,6 and metastatic colorectal cancer.
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