Paediatric hepatic tumours

Liver tumours in children and adolescents can be benign and malignant. They are considered rare tumours (for every million children, only one will suffer from a malignant liver tumour), which is why they should be treated in centres with great experience in hepatic surgery, and ideally with a liver transplant programme for children. Additionally, they must have the latest advances in interventional radiology.

Tumor hepàtic pediàtric
Authorship: Vall d'Hebron
Creation date: 15.11.2023, 16:47
Modification date: 15.11.2023, 16:47
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