A successful treatment for metastatic liver tumors from endocrine carcinoma of the stomach.

Abstract

Endocrine carcinomas (ECs) of the stomach reveal prominently aggressive behavior and have poor prognoses. Optimal treatments for gastric ECs have not been established because of the rarity of EC. In general, patients with gastric ECs die within a year of diagnosis in spite of surgical resections and subsequent chemotherapies. Liver metastases are the most… (More)

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