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Lebermetastasen

  • M. Lorenz
  • S. W. Sahm
  • M. Mack
  • T. J. Vogl

Zusammenfassung

Eine Lebermetastasierung tritt insbesondere bei gastrointestinalen Tumoren auf, da die Leber hier als Filter vorgeschaltet ist. Im Endstadium sind auch bei Lebermetastasen Tumoren anderer Herkunft häufig. So besteht zum Zeitpunkt des tumorbedingten Ablebens bei 60–70% aller an Krebs erkrankten Patienten eine Tumorinfiltration der Leber.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Lorenz
  • S. W. Sahm
  • M. Mack
  • T. J. Vogl

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