Low Postoperative Platelet Count is Associated with Higher Morbidity after Liver Surgery for Colorectal Metastase

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Colorectal cancer is one of the most common malignant diseases [1]. Fifteen to twenty-five percent of patients with colon carcinoma show liver metastases at the time of diagnosis [2]. Furthermore, the same number of patients develops metachronous liver metastases. Development of multimodal strategies combining chemotherapy, targeted therapies (e.g. AB, SMI… (More)

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