FAILURE OF ULTRASOUND-BASED SURVEILLANCE FOR HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA IN PATIENTS AT RISK IS FREQUENT AND ASSOCIATED WITH DETECTION AT LATER TUMOR STAGES, NON-CURATIVE TREATMENT OPTIONS AND REDUCED SURVIVAL. RESULTS FROM A GERMAN MULTI-CENTER RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY

Christoph Schramm  1     Johannes Gillessen  1     Peter-Marton Hunyady  2     Matthias C Reichert  3     Philipp A Reuken  4     Lucian Lothschütz  3     Fabian Finkelmeier  5     Gabriel Allo     Fabian Kütting     Martin Bürger     Dirk Nierhoff     Hans-Michael Steffen     Matthias Nowka    
1 University Hospital Cologne,Cologne,Germany
2 University Hospital Frankfurt,Frankfurt am Main,Germany
3 Saarland University Medical Center,Homburg,Germany
4 University Hospital Jena,Jena,Germany
5 University Hospital Frankfurt,Frankfurt am Ma

Citation
United European Gastroenterology Journal 2021; 9 (Supplement 1)


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