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The aim of the trial is to compare the objective response rates of FUDR/Oxaliplatin HAI plus CPT-11 and FOLFOXIRI chemotherapy in patients with initially non-resectable metastatic colorectal cancer liver metastases. The patients will be treated with systemic FOLFOXIRI chemotherapy or FUDR/Oxaliplatin hepatic arterial infusion with CPT-11 systemic chemotherapy.
This study is a randomized phase II trial between microwave ablation (MWA) and stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) - two standard treatment modalities for colorectal patients with metastatic disease in the liver. Primary endpoint is freedom form local lesion progression.
The aim of this prospective, interventional, randomized trial is to compare the effectiveness of postoperative analgesia using single-dose intrathecal morphine and intravenous morphine in patients undergoing liver resection. The study is to include a total 36 patients randomized in a 1:1 ratio into two groups. The study will be single-blinded with respect to outcome assessors. Patients in the experimental group (n=18) will receive a single dose (0,4 mg) intrathecal morphine immediately before operation and patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) with morphine over first 24 postoperative hours and subcutaneous morphine (5 mg in case of numerical rating scale>4) over next two days in the postoperative period. Patients in the control group (n=18) will receive a single dose of intravenous morphine (0,15 mg/kg body mass) immediately after the operation and PCA with morphine over first 24 postoperative hours and subcutaneous morphine (5 mg in case of numerical rating scale>4) over next two days. Both groups will receive antiemetic prophylaxis with dexamethasone (4 mg) and ondansetron (4 mg) and standard baseline analgesia with paracetamol (1,0 g every 6 hours) and dexketoprofen (50 mg every 8 hours). Severity of pain at rest evaluated with numerical rating scale twice daily over 3 first postoperative days will be the primary outcome measure. Secondary outcome measures will include: severity of pain at coughing evaluated with numerical rating scale twice daily over 3 first postoperative days, total dose of morphine administered with PCA, time to patient mobilization, grade of sedation, intestinal motility, solid food intake tolerance, duration of hospitalization, and postoperative complications.
The objective is to investigate the impact of intra-arterial administration of 177Lu-dotatate on the intrahepatic biodistribution in patients with NET liver metastases. Our primary objective is to evaluate if there is a difference in post-treatment tumor-to-non-tumor (T/N) activity concentration ratio on SPECT/CT between the intra-arterial treated liver lobe and the intravenous treated liver lobe.
The role of radiotherapy in metastatic cancer has historically been limited to palliation while metastasectomy or radiofrequency has emerged as playing a major role in disease control. Although resection is the standard of care for liver metastasis, 80-90% of patients are not resectable at diagnosis in particular because of the presence of oligometastases. Factors that favour a truly oligometastatic state include a long latent interval between the treatment of the primary tumor and the appearance of metastases. Oligometastatic cancer is a very heterogeneous disease with respect to several factors including the location of the primary tumor. With the advent of extracranial stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT), higher biological equivalent doses can be safely delivered in 3 to 5 fractions, thus potentially ablating all the tissue in the treated area while protecting more efficiently the hosting organ and healthy tissues surrounding the tumors. In patients with liver oligometastases, in-field local control rates at 2 years range from 70% to 90% with less than 5% severe grade 3 or higher toxicity rates. Retrospective studies indicate that roughly 20% of the patients remain disease-free 2 to 4 years after SBRT. For patients treated with SBRT some authors found that half of the patients had either no metastatic progression or very little progression in terms of number and site of metastases. The patterns of failure after SBRT for oligometastases in one organ showed that 73% of patients eventually developed new metastases with higher than 80% occurring as new metastases in the same index organ. These findings support the idea of an oligometastatic state in which aggressive local therapy could improve progression-free survival (PFS). With this phase III study, we sought to evaluate the impact of SBRT on PFS at 2 years in patients with synchronous or metachronous liver-only oligometastases from colorectal cancers patients after a first line chemotherapy for metastatic disease but not having progressed during first line chemotherapy and up to 1 year
The aim of this study is to assess the impact of preoperative physical activity on physical capacities of patients undergoing liver resection for primary or secondary liver cancer.
A single institution study to evaluate the safety and tolerability of the combination treatment of nivolumab, ipilimumab, CMP-001 and radiosurgery in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer with liver metastases.
The aim of the trial is to optimize the overall survival of patients with resectable colorectal liver metastasis who have undergone liver metastasis resection. The patients will be treated with systemic chemotherapy plus hepatic arterial infusion With floxuridine, or with systemic chemotherapy only
The trial is a randomized control trial. Patients are randomized between Ltx and other treatment that may include further chemotherapy, TACE, SIRT or other available treatment options. The patients will be randomized 1:1 to Ltx and chemotherapy/other treatment options.
The aim of the trial is to optimize response rates and rates of secondary resections of metastases in patients with initially non-resectable metastatic colorectal cancer Liver Metastasis. The patients will be treated with systemic chemotherapy With irinotecan plus hepatic arterial infusion With floxuridine and oxaliplatin