Gyermekkori májtumor Magyarországon: két rendhagyó klinikai eset

Translated title of the contribution: Childhood liver tumor in Hungary: Two interesting clinical cases

Viktória Kemény, Ünoke Méder, Mária Babosa, Elemér Kontor, Zsuzsa Hajmássy, Zsuzsa Schaff

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Hepatic tumors account for 0.5-2% of all childhood tumors in Hungary, based of the data last ten years. More than half of the cases were histologically malignant. The worldwide incidence of malignant hepatic tumors is 1.6/1 million. Here we present two patients with hepatoblastoma. In the first case the size of the initially inoperable tumor diminished following the chemotherapy and total surgical resection became possible. No sign of relapse occurred so far. The second case included a congenital hepatic tumor which was remarkable because of its unusual clinical presentation and histology.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)271-274
Number of pages4
JournalMagyar onkologia
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2000


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Kemény, V., Méder, Ü., Babosa, M., Kontor, E., Hajmássy, Z., & Schaff, Z. (2000). Gyermekkori májtumor Magyarországon: két rendhagyó klinikai eset. Magyar onkologia, 44(4), 271-274.