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Session 2: What causes liver metastases – lymph nodes or is it something else?

Session 2: What causes liver metastases – lymph nodes or is it something else?
Session 2: What causes liver metastases – lymph nodes or is it something else?

The traditional view of progression of disease in cancer is the sequential spread of tumour to locoregional lymph nodes and then to distant metastases. However, this view may need to be challenged and modern pathology techniques such as immunohistochemistry and tumour profiling can provide us with a greater insight into the pathways and mechanisms of distant spread. Professor Nagtegaal discusses the evidence for reconsidering the current paradigm and reflects on the need for further investigation into mechanisms of distant metastatic spread.

1462-8910
39-42
Siddiqui, M.
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Siddiqui, M., Nagtegaal, I., Santiago, I., Knijn, N., Berho, M., Mirnezami, A., Rao, S. and Brown, G. (2018) Session 2: What causes liver metastases – lymph nodes or is it something else? Colorectal Disease, 20 (S1), 39-42. (doi:10.1111/codi.14077).

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The traditional view of progression of disease in cancer is the sequential spread of tumour to locoregional lymph nodes and then to distant metastases. However, this view may need to be challenged and modern pathology techniques such as immunohistochemistry and tumour profiling can provide us with a greater insight into the pathways and mechanisms of distant spread. Professor Nagtegaal discusses the evidence for reconsidering the current paradigm and reflects on the need for further investigation into mechanisms of distant metastatic spread.

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e-pub ahead of print date: 24 May 2018
Published date: May 2018

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Local EPrints ID: 424856
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/424856
ISSN: 1462-8910
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Date deposited: 05 Oct 2018 11:50
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Author: M. Siddiqui
Author: I. Nagtegaal
Author: I. Santiago
Author: N. Knijn
Author: M. Berho
Author: A. Mirnezami
Author: S. Rao
Author: G. Brown

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