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Letter to Editor in response to: Management and outcome of hepatic artery thrombosis with whole-liver transplantation using donors less than one year of age

      We read with great interest the article titled “Management and outcome of hepatic artery thrombosis with whole-liver transplantation using donors less than one year of age” published by Xu et al. in the May 2022 issue of the Journal of Pediatric Surgery [
      • Xu M.
      • Dong C.
      • Sun C.
      • et al.
      Management and outcome of hepatic artery thrombosis with whole-liver transplantation using donors less than one year of age.
      ]. We would like to express the following thoughts regarding this article:
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