An interesting case of eosinophilic hepatitis related to an antitumor drug Imatinib. The histologic pictures are very rare and very interesting also for the disappearance of the lesion after removing the drug.
Issue 3 Articles
Direct-Acting Antivirals (DAAs) have revolutionized the management of hepatitis C infection. However, genotype 3 cirrhosis is still difficult to treat. We report our experience in the management of geno- type 3 cirrhosis with DAA’s. We analysed 111 adult cirrhotics with genotype 3 infection of which 54 (48.6%) had Decom- pensated Cirrhosis (DC). Patients with Compensated
Recent studies have found that elevated uric acid in intestine during an inflammatory response could exacerbate intestinal disease. The aim of this study was to investigate the association of serum uric acid level with Chinese ulcerative colitis
Tuberculous peritonitis is an uncommon disease in countries with low tuberculosis (TB) inci- dence, most often affecting non-white race, foreign-born individuals. We describe a case of TB with peritoneal involvement in a 32-year-old man immigrated to Italy from Burkina Faso, who presented with a history of fever, malaise
Heme oxygenases, mainly including heme oxygenase-1(HO-1) and heme oxygenase-1(HO-2), play a key role in protecting from oxidative stress and inflammation associated with vascular disease. Little is known, however, about the roles of HO-1 and HO-2 in the livers of rats with chronic cerebral hypo perfusion. The study aims to evaluate the expression and roles of …
Patients with liver confined HCC with PVTT and minimum 1000 cc volume of uninvolved cirrhotic liver underwent SHORT and TACE, former administered using Rapid Arc, dose 32-50Gy in 5-14 fractions. TACE was performed using gel foam slurry, Inj. C is platinum and PVA. Liver transplant was performed on radiological evidence of recanalization or conversion to …
Does Measured Aggression with Stereotactic Hypo Fractionated Radiotherapy and TACE Allow Liver Transplant in Patients with Hepatocellular Carcinoma with Portal Vein Tumour Thrombus – A Retrospective Study Read More »