Liver transplantation and incidentally found hepatocellular carcinoma in liver explants: need for a new definition?

@article{Sotiropoulos2006LiverTA,
  title={Liver transplantation and incidentally found hepatocellular carcinoma in liver explants: need for a new definition?},
  author={Georgios C Sotiropoulos and Massimo Mal{\'a}go and Ernesto P. Molmenti and Silvio Nadalin and Arnold Radtke and Eirini I. Brokalaki and Hauke Lang and Andrea Frilling and Hideo Baba and Markus Neuh{\"a}user and Christoph Erich Broelsch},
  journal={Transplantation},
  year={2006},
  volume={81 4},
  pages={531-5}
}
BACKGROUND "Incidentally" identified hepatocellular carcinoma (iHCC) in liver explants after liver transplantation (LTx) is a frequently reported finding, which is characterized with a good prognosis. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the outcome of patients with these tumors in our series and in literature reports, and to compare their prognosis to that of HCC diagnosed preoperatively. METHODS From April 1998 to December 2003, 432 patients underwent deceased-donor LTx at our center… CONTINUE READING

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" Incidentally " identified hepatocellular carcinoma ( iHCC ) in liver explants after liver transplantation ( LTx ) is a frequently reported finding , which is characterized with a good prognosis .
Liver transplantation and incidentally found hepatocellular carcinoma in liver explants : need for a new definition ? .
" Incidentally " identified hepatocellular carcinoma ( iHCC ) in liver explants after liver transplantation ( LTx ) is a frequently reported finding , which is characterized with a good prognosis .
" Incidentally " identified hepatocellular carcinoma ( iHCC ) in liver explants after liver transplantation ( LTx ) is a frequently reported finding , which is characterized with a good prognosis .
Liver transplantation and incidentally found hepatocellular carcinoma in liver explants : need for a new definition ? .
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