Primary carcinoma of the liver in infancy
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Primary carcinoma of the liver in a one-year-old female child is reported. A left hepatic lobectomy was done. In the postoperative period the child developed paralytic ileus and later died of hepatic failure. An aggressive surgical approach is recommended for this otherwise fatal condition.
KeywordsHepatic Encephalopathy Primary Carcinoma Paralytic Ileus Postoperative Liver Failure Hepatic Lobectomy
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