Deutsche Zeitschrift für Onkologie 2018; 50(04): 183-187
DOI: 10.1055/a-0790-0653
Praxis – Falldarstellung
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Strategiewechsel durch Therapiestratifizierung – Downsizing von primär inoperablen Lebermetastasen bei 3 Patienten mit metastasierendem kolorektalen Karzinom

Change of Therapeutic Strategy – Downsizing of Primarily Inoperable Liver Metastases in 3 Patients with Metastatic Colorectal Carcinoma
Peter Holzhauer
1   Klinik Bad Trissl, Innere Medizin II, Oberaudorf
2   IOZ München, privatärztliche Praxisgemeinschaft
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Christina Grosse
3   MVZ InnMed, Radiologie, Oberaudorf
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Publication Date:
07 January 2019 (online)

ZUSAMMENFASSUNG

Durch Fortschritte und Weiterentwicklungen bei diagnostischen Verfahren, Operationstechniken und lokal ablativen sowie strahlentherapeutischen Maßnahmen haben sich die Behandlungsmöglichkeiten für Patienten mit primär nicht resektablen Metastasen von kolorektalen Karzinomen deutlich verbessert. Das gilt besonders für eine begrenzte Metastasierung, die nur ein Organ betrifft. Drei Falldarstellungen.

Abstract

Advances and further developments in diagnostic, surgical, and local ablative and radiotherapeutic approaches have significantly improved the treatment options for patients with primarily non-resectable metastases. This is especially evident for the situation of limited metastasis, which affects only one organ. Approximately 20% of all patients with colorectal carcinoma have synchronous metastasis at the time of diagnosis. Before metastases in the lungs or skeleton, liver metastases are present in most cases. Therefore, the selection before treatment and the interdisciplinary treatment planning represent a challenging task for this patient group [1]. Depending on the tumor biology and tumor localization as well as the general condition of the patients concerned, very intensive two-fold or three-fold combinations with additional antibody therapy are usually used for systemic treatment [3] [5]. We discuss the curatively intended treatment paths of two male and one female patient with synchronous hepatic metastatic colorectal carcinomas.