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Survival of patients receiving a liver transplant for hepatocellular carcinoma, and risk of tumor recurrence

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Autor: Solórzano Peck, Guillermo
Briceño Delgado, Francisco Javier
Padillo Ruiz, Francisco Javier
Díaz Iglesias, Carlos
Marchal Molina, Trinidad
Rufián Peña, Sebastián
Mata García, Manuel de la
Barrera Baena, Pilar
López Cillero, Pedro
Pozo Laderas, Juan Carlos
Montero Álvarez, J. L.
Costán Rodero, Guadalupe
Fraga Rivas, Enrique
López Vallejos, P.
Pérez de Luque, Daniel
Departamento: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Cirugía
Fecha: 2006
Publicado en: Revista Española de Enfermedades Digestivas, 98 (12), 899-906.
Tipo de documento: Artículo
Resumen: Objective: the goal of this research has been to evaluate the survival, in long and short term, of the patient receiving liver transplant for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), the risk of posttransplant tumor relapse and factors related to this complication. Design: retrospective study of a consecutive series of patients having had liver transplant for HCC. Patients and methodology: transplant patients for HCC from 1989 to November 2003. Patients were selected due to general limitations of nodule size and quantity, which were subsequently published as Milan criteria. Also, criteria agreed in the Conference of Barcelona were followed in the pre-transplant diagnosis. Results: the survival of this 81 patients group was of the 80, 61 and 52% for 1, 5 and 10 years respectively. In the 32% of the cases the HCC was an incidental finding in the explant. In the 12.3%, the tumor relapse was verified. The multivariate research identified the size of the nodule (OR = 1,7944) (IC 95% = 1,1332-2,8413...
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/18261

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