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eBook Isolated Liver Perfusion in Hepatic Tumors (Recent Results in Cancer Research, 147) ePub

by K. J. Oldhafer,H. Lang,R. Pichlmayr

  • ISBN: 0354063367
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: K. J. Oldhafer,H. Lang,R. Pichlmayr
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag (December 1997)
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Experts from various countries were invited to pre sent and discuss their experimental data and clinical results.

This volume informs about different techniques of isolated liver perfusion already used in clinical practice. Experts from various countries were invited to pre sent and discuss their experimental data and clinical results.

Isolated Hepatic Perfusion with Tumor Necrosis Factor α and Melphalan: Experimental Studies in Pigs and Phase I Data from Humans. M. R. de Vries, I. H. Borel Rinkes, C. J. van de Velde, T. Wiggers, R. A. E. Tollenaar, P. K. Kuppen et al. Pages 107-119. CT TNF Tumor cancer chemotherapy colorectal cancer computed tomography (CT) gene therapy hyperthermia liver liver tumor metastasis sonography surgery ultrasonography.

Oldhafer, K. Oldhafer, Hauke Lang

Oldhafer, K. Oldhafer, Hauke Lang. The workshop was planned to bring together groups working with isolated liver perfusion techniques worldwide. Experts from various countries were invited to pre- sent and discuss their experimental data and clinical results. USA par- Groups from Japan, The Netherlands, Sweden and the ticipated.

Recent Results Cancer Re. In this paper the technique of isolated arterial liver perfusion is presented.

Recent Results Cancer Res. 1998;147:42-50. Various techniques of isolated liver perfusions have been described, using hepatic artery or both hepatic artery and portal vein. Twelve patients suffering from non-resectable liver tumors underwent this approach. All of them had been previously unsuccessfully treated by resection or systemic chemotherapy. The liver perfusions were performed without technical problems. No operative death occurred.

New drugs and modalities for locoregional tumor treatment in recent years may offer new potential for isolated liver perfusion in patients with nonresectable liver tumors. The purpose of this study was to prove the feasibility of arterial isolated liver perfusion and to assess the tolerance of perfusion with high-dose tumor necrosis factor (TNF) Cite.

Isolated Liver Perfusion for Hepatic Tumors Karl J. Oldhafer; Hauke Lang; Rudolf Pichlmayr Springer 9783642804625 : The contributions in this book were originally presented at the workshop Re.

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The results of isolated hepatic perfusion (IHP) for different tumors have .

The results of isolated hepatic perfusion (IHP) for different tumors have been reported in many communications. The most-reported indication for IHP is colorectal metastases where tumor remission rates of up to 75% have been reported These modifications have resulted in an uneventful postoperative course and a 3 months response rate in five of five patients. 14. Oldhafer KJ, Lang H, Frerker M, Moreno L, Chavan A, Flemming P, et al. First experience and technical aspects of isolated liver perfusion for extensive liver metastasis. Surgery 1998; 123:622–631.