Intrahepatic peripheral cholangiocarcinoma: CT evaluation

@article{Valls2000IntrahepaticPC,
  title={Intrahepatic peripheral cholangiocarcinoma: CT evaluation},
  author={Carlos Valls and Anna Gum{\`a} and Ignasi Puig and A. Saavedra Sanchez and E. Andia and Teresa Serrano and Joan Figueras},
  journal={Abdominal Imaging},
  year={2000},
  volume={25},
  pages={490-496}
}
AbstractBackground: The purpose of our study was to evaluate the imaging features and patterns of contrast enhancement in peripheral cholangiocarcinomas with computed tomography (CT) and correlate these features with histologic findings when available. Methods: We reviewed the CT scans of 24 patients with 25 peripheral cholangiocarcinomas proved by orthotopic liver transplantation (n= 1), liver resection (n= 7), percutaneous needle biopsy (n= 10), and fine needle aspiration biopsy (n= 6… 

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