A hepatocellularis carcinoma - A makroszkópiától a molekuláris patológiáig

@article{Schaff2010AHC,
  title={A hepatocellularis carcinoma - A makroszk{\'o}pi{\'a}t{\'o}l a molekul{\'a}ris patol{\'o}gi{\'a}ig},
  author={Z. Schaff and Ilona Kovalszky and G{\'a}bor Lotz and A. Kiss},
  journal={Orvosi Hetilap},
  year={2010},
  volume={151},
  pages={982-989}
}
A hepatocellularis carcinoma (HCC) igen rossz prognozisu daganat, azonban diagnosztikaja es kezelese teruleten az utobbi evekben jelentős előrehaladas tortent. Mindehhez hozzajarult a HCC molekularis patogenezisenek melyebb megismerese. A cirrhosis talajan kialakult HCC praemalignus elvaltozasai a nagy regenerativ nodulus, az alacsony („low”) es magas („high”) fokozatu diszplasztikus nodulus. Mikroszkoposan a WHO trabecularis (micro-, macrotrabecularis), acinaris (pseudoglandularis… Expand
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