The impact of surgical extent and sex on the hepatic metastasis of colon cancer

@article{Sorski2013TheIO,
  title={The impact of surgical extent and sex on the hepatic metastasis of colon cancer},
  author={Liat Sorski and Ben Levi and Lee Shaashua and Elad Neeman and Marganit Benish and Pini Matzner and Aviad Hoffman and Shamgar Ben-Eliyahu},
  journal={Surgery Today},
  year={2013},
  volume={44},
  pages={1925-1934}
}
PurposeExtensive oncological surgeries were previously suggested to increase cancer recurrence rates. We herein studied the impact of different surgical procedures and sex on colorectal cancer liver metastasis, employing several tumor inoculation approaches in BALB/c mice.MethodsExperimental hepatic metastases of the syngeneic CT26 colorectal cancer line were induced either by intra-portal inoculation or intra-splenic inoculation, employing different tumor loads. Following intra-splenic… CONTINUE READING
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