Unresectable hepatic tumors in childhood and the role of liver transplantation.

Abstract

Liver transplantation has been performed in five children with unresectable hepatic tumors who did not have extrahepatic metastases at the time of surgery. Two of the children had hepatoblastomas, one had an infantile hemangioendothelioma, and two had a hepatoma. The two children who had hepatoblastoma are well (37 and 25 months posttransplant) and have no… (More)

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@article{Achilleos1996UnresectableHT, title={Unresectable hepatic tumors in childhood and the role of liver transplantation.}, author={O A Achilleos and Larry Buist and Dennis A. Kelly and Faro Raafat and Paul Mcmaster and Andreas Mayer and John A. C. Buckels}, journal={Journal of pediatric surgery}, year={1996}, volume={31 11}, pages={1563-7} }