Hepatolithiasis associated with cholangiocarcinoma

@article{Su1997HepatolithiasisAW,
  title={Hepatolithiasis associated with cholangiocarcinoma},
  author={C. Su and Y. Shyr and W. Lui and F. P'eng},
  journal={British Journal of Surgery},
  year={1997},
  volume={84}
}
Background Intrahepatic stone is common in East Asia. Hepatolithiasis is a risk factor for cholangiocarcinoma but it is difficult to make an accurate diagnosis before operation. The effect of intrahepatic stone on diagnosis, treatment and survival in patients with coexistent cholangiocarcinoma was investigated. 
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教室例を含めて文献上報告されている肝内胆管癌 (CC) 合併肝内結石症 (IHS) の90例を集計し臨床病理学的に検討した.その結果は,(1) CCの合併はIHS全体の1.5~9.4%を占めた.(2) CC合併IHSは男性に多くみられた.(3) 一般に40歳以上にみられ, 60歳代に最も発生頻度が高かった.(4) 20年以上にわたる病悩期間を有する症例が36%を占めた.(5)Expand
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