Esophagogastric varices were diagnosed in a non-cirrhotic liver case during long-term follow-up after oxaliplatin-based chemotherapy.

@article{Shigefuku2018EsophagogastricVW,
  title={Esophagogastric varices were diagnosed in a non-cirrhotic liver case during long-term follow-up after oxaliplatin-based chemotherapy.},
  author={Ryuta Shigefuku and Tsunamasa Watanabe and Takuro Mizukami and Kotaro Matsunaga and Nobuhiro Hattori and Takuya Ehira and Tatsuya Suzuki and Hiroyasu Nakano and Yoshinori Sato and Yasumasa Matsuo and Kazunari Nakahara and Hiroki Ikeda and Nobuyuki Matsumoto and Takashi Tsuda and Masafumi Katayama and Satoshi Koizumi and Chiaki Okuse and Michihiro Suzuki and Takehito Otsubo and Takako Eguchi Nakajima and Hiroshi Yasuda and Fumio Itoh},
  journal={Clinical journal of gastroenterology},
  year={2018}
}
Oxaliplatin, a chemotherapeutic agent for colorectal cancer, has been associated with pathological evidence of sinusoidal endothelial injury in the liver. However, esophagogastric varices are a poorly recognized outcome of oxaliplatin-based chemotherapy. We report a 78-year-old man, whose past history of colon cancer was resection and treatment with… CONTINUE READING