Andor F. van den Hoven

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Current anatomical classifications do not include all variants relevant for radioembolization (RE). The purpose of this study was to assess the individual hepatic arterial configuration and segmental vascularization pattern and to develop an individualized RE treatment strategy based on an extended classification. The hepatic vascular anatomy was assessed(More)
Intra-arterial radioembolization with yttrium-90 microspheres is a safe and effective treatment option for patients with unresectable liver tumors. Pretreatment coil embolization of extrahepatic vessels is recommended to avoid extrahepatic deposition of radioactive microspheres. A novel infusion system with an expandable tip, the Surefire Infusion System(More)
The caudate lobe (CL) is impartial to the functional left and right hemi-liver and has outspoken inter-individual differences in arterial vascularization. Unfortunately, this complexity is not specifically taken into account during radioembolization treatment (RE), potentially resulting in under- or overtreatment of the CL. The objective of this study was(More)
Failing to identify aberrant hepatic arteries before radioembolization (RE) may compromise its treatment efficacy due to inadequate biodistribution of radioactive microspheres. The purpose of this study was to evaluate how often aberrant hepatic arteries were identified correctly in clinical practice, with computed tomography (CT), and during angiography in(More)
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