We congratulate Tsai et al
1for emphasizing the systematic study of microscopic vascular invasion in hepatocellular carcinoma.
- Tzu-Jung Tsai
- Gar-Yang Chau
- Wing-Yiu Lui
- Shyh-Haw Tsay
- Kuang-Liang King
- Che-Chuan Loong
- Cheng-Yuan Hsia
- Chew-Wun Wu
Clinical significance of microscopic tumor venous invasion in patients with resectable hepatocellular carcinoma.
Surgery. 2000; 127: 603-608
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