Postchemoembolisation syndrome – tumour necrosis or hepatocyte injury?

@article{Wigmore2003PostchemoembolisationS,
  title={Postchemoembolisation syndrome – tumour necrosis or hepatocyte injury?},
  author={Stephen J. Wigmore and Doris N. Redhead and Benjamin N. J. Thomson and Elspeth J. Currie and Rowan W. Parks and Krishna Kumar Madhavan and Oliver J Garden},
  journal={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={2003},
  volume={89},
  pages={1423 - 1427}
}
Transarterial chemoembolisation of liver tumours is typically followed by elevated body temperature and liver transaminase enzymes. This has often been considered to indicate successful embolisation. The present study questions whether this syndrome reflects damage to tumour cells or to the normal hepatic tissue. The responses to 256 embolisations undertaken in 145 patients subdivided into those with hepatocyte-derived (primary hepatocellular carcinoma) and nonhepatocyte-derived tumours… CONTINUE READING
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