Fatal hepatic veno-occlusive disease with fibrinolysis as the cause of death during preoperative chemotherapy for nephroblastoma.

@article{Culi1998FatalHV,
  title={Fatal hepatic veno-occlusive disease with fibrinolysis as the cause of death during preoperative chemotherapy for nephroblastoma.},
  author={Srdjana Culi{\'c} and Jan de Kraker and Dubravka Kulji{\vs} and Ivana Kuzmi{\'c} and Marijan Saraga and Vida {\vC}uli{\'c} and Livio Balarin and Dragan Primorac},
  journal={Medical and pediatric oncology},
  year={1998},
  volume={31 3},
  pages={
          175-6
        }
}
** * Dactinomycin (15 mg/m 2 ) *** *** Temperature *** **** Emesis * * Jaundice * Hepatomegaly **** Ascites **** Oliguria **** Weight gain **** Trombocytopenia ****** ***** †Asterisks represent either administration of chemotherapy or onset of clinical symptoms; each asterisk shows one day. 
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