Department of Invasive Technology, GZ Women & Children Medical Centre, Guangzhou, 510623 China | Department of Invasive Technology, GZ Women & Children Medical Centre, China.
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Chen KunShan:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichChen KunShanhas direct influence:Fetal lymphangioma,Hepatic hemangioma,Fetuses lesions,Imaging pregnancy,Hepatic hemangiomas,Pregnancy performed.
Chen KunShan:KOL impact
Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Chen KunShan has influence:Fetal chest wall,Cystic lymphangioma,Airway management,Cervical masses,Evolution pattern,Hepatic hemangiomas,Focal congenital.
KOL Resume for Chen KunShan
Department of Invasive Technology, GZ Women & Children Medical Centre, Guangzhou, 510623 China
Prominent publications by Chen KunShan
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OBJECTIVE: To investigate the treatment and prognosis of fetal lymphangioma and factors that inform treatment selection.
STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective analysis of 79 patients with fetal lymphangioma treated at our hospital. Treatment methods included medical termination (death in-utero), expectant treatment, surgery, and interventional sclerotherapy (including ex utero intrapartum treatment, EXIT). Methods of treatment were selected according to the location and size of the ...
|Known for Fetal Lymphangioma | Magnetic Resonance Imaging | Pregnancy Prenatal | Intrapartum Treatment | Post Natal|
BACKGROUND: Although huge fetal hepatic hemangiomas are rare, they can cause fatal complications. The purpose of this study is to describe the imaging features and prognosis of these tumors.
METHODS: Imaging data were collected for 6 patients with huge fetal hepatic hemangiomas treated at our hospital. Imaging modalities included prenatal magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound and postnatal color Doppler ultrasound and contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT).
RESULTS: Among the ...
|Known for Prenatal Diagnosis | Hepatic Hemangioma | Fetuses Lesions | Imaging Features | Liver Neoplasms|