Abstract Liver resection is currently considered to be essential part of the curative treatment of primary and secondary liver malignancies. However, long-term survival in these patients is limited by the high incidence of tumor recurrence. Recent clinical and experimental studies have indicated that cellular and molecular mechanisms associated with liver regeneration after partial hepatectomy may have a proliferative effect on occult micrometastases and circulating tumor cells and are thus responsible for recurrent disease. Growth factors and cytokines involved in liver regeneration have also been shown to influence tumour growth and metastasis.
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Dermatologie und Nuklearmedizin pp Cite as. Hingegen konnte die Frage ein- oder beidseitiger Lymphabstrom von diesen Tumoren stets im voraus beantwortet werden.
Als zentrale Filterstationen erwiesen sich die N Performing peritumoral interstitial lymphoscintigraphy PIL , the regional lymph node drainage groups of stage I malignant melanomas of the skin were identified preoperatively in patients.
Regional lymph node drainage groups of cutaneous melanomas on the trunk, i. The direction of regional lymph flow to the ipsilateral axillary lymph node groups was found to be predictable in cutaneous melanoms on the upper extremities, except for the most proximal parts of the arms as well as the shoulders.
In tumors located in these areas, supraclavicular lymph node groups were occasionally involved in regional lymphatic drainage. Cutaneous melanomas on the lower extremities demonstrated regional lymphatic drainage exclusively by ipsilateral inguinal lymph node groups. Anatomical prediction of the lymphatic drainage groups of cutaneous melanomas on head and neck was practically impossible in individual cases. The question of uni- or bilateral lymphatic drainage, however, could always be answered in advance.
Deep cercival, supraclavicular, and submandibular lymph node groups turned out to be the major drainage stations of cutaneous melanomas on head and neck. PIL proved to be inappropriate for direct localization of metastases in the regional lymph node drainage groups identified.
Munz P. Conference paper. Summary Performing peritumoral interstitial lymphoscintigraphy PIL , the regional lymph node drainage groups of stage I malignant melanomas of the skin were identified preoperatively in patients. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Breslow A Tumor thickness, level of invasion and node dissection in Stage I cutaneous melanoma. Surgery — PubMed Google Scholar. Gilchrist RK Surgical management of advanced cancer of the breast.
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