Optimized Radiological Diagnosis of Hepatic Candidiasis During the Treatment of Acute Leukemias
Basic Trial Information
|Phase IV||Supportive care||Completed||16 to 80||Other||idr-3d-001|
Hepatic candidiasis is a frequent complication in patients receiving intensive chemotherapy for acute leukemia. Hepatic lesions may be detected by computerized tomographic (CT) scans, but there is no standardized CT protocol for the diagnosis and follow-up of hepatic candidiasis.
The investigators compared the size of the fungal lesions in the chest and abdomen CT. The current analysis aimed to increase the value of CT for the diagnosis and the follow-up of hepatic candidiasis in daily routine.
- Chest and Abdomen CT with fungal lesion in patients with leukemia
- Other liver pathologies
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NLM Identifier NCT01207843
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