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《Chongqing Medicine》 2017-08
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Analysis of 94 patients with primary liver cancer survived over 10 years after hepatectomy

Liang Xuejing;Li Zhixian;Liang Shuiting;Department of Vascular Surgery:the First Affiliated Hospital of Guang Xi Medical University;Department of Ultrasonography:the First Affiliated Hospital of Guang Xi Medical University;Department of Minimally Invasive Surgery:the First Affiliated Hospital of Guang Xi Medical University;  
Objective To study the correlated factors of long-term survival after hepatectomy.Methods The preoperative and postoperative conditions of 94 patients with liver cancer survived over 10 years after hepatectomy were enrolled for reviewing analysis.Results The important correlated factors of postoperative long-term survival are the following:(1)Diameter of tumor≤5cm(73.4%);peripheral liver cancer(70.2%).(2)Effective treatment for recurrence.(3)Long-term and regular treatment of antiliver fibrosis and anti-cancer after hepatectomy(mainly Chinese Medicine).(4)Enforcing follow-up survey.Conclusion Diameter of tumor≤5cm,peripheral liver cancer patients,enforcing follow-up survey and Chinese Medicine treatment are important factors of achieve long-term survival after hepatectomy.
【Fund】: 广西壮族自治区中医药民族医药自筹经费科研课题(gzzc1231)
【CateGory Index】: R735.7
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