Comparison of embalming techniques between formaldehyde and salt solution in human liver and brain

Formaldehyde exposure is a risk factor for cancer in humans. Recent studies have revealed that salt solution can preserve human and animal tissues with a quality equal to formaldehyde. This study is t... View →

Category : Special Articles

Hepatic injury in patients with colorectal liver metastasis in Thailand

The treatment of colorectal liver metastasis is surgical resection. The chemotherapy can convert unresectable lesions to resectable lesions. However chemotherapy also causes liver injuries in remaini... View →

Category : Special Articles

Neuroendocrine Tumor of the Gallbladder with Hepatic Metastases: A Case Report

A 68-year-old woman presented with hepatic metastasis. She had been performed cholecystectomy at a provincial hospital for symptomatic gallstones and was diagnosed as poorly differentiated adenocarci... View →

Category : Case Reports

The Many Faces (and Origins) of Adenocarcinoma in the Liver: Pattern Approach to Diagnosis on Small

Focal liver lesions can be solitary or multiple, solid or cystic, congenital or acquired, and range from cysts, hamartomas, hyperplastic nodules and inflammatory entities to tumors and tumor-like lesi... View →

Category : Special Articles