SURGERY: KRAS mutations and hepatic recurrence after treatment of colorectal liver metastases

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Non-anatomical resection of colorectal liver metastases is the current preferred approach to maximize sparing of the hepatic parenchyma. A new study raises the question of whether resection in patients with KRAS-mutated colorectal liver metastases should be performed along segmental, anatomical lines to reduce the risk of local liver recurrence.

Refers to Margonis, G. A. et al. Anatomical resections improve disease-free survival in patients with KRAS-mutated colorectal liver metastases. Ann. Surg. (2017)

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