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The Influences of Hepatectomy on the Changes of Hepatocyte Growth Factor

Other Title
간절제가 간세포성장인자에 미치는 영향
Authors
김, 욱환; 이, 재호; 왕, 희정; 소, 의영; 김, 명욱
Citation
Taehan Oekwa Hakhoe, 50(6):975-979, 1996
Journal Title
Taehan Oekwa Hakhoe; 대한외과학회지
ISSN
1226-0053
Abstract
Liver has a strong potential for regeneration, and its mechanisms is a matter of great interest. It has been proved that hepatocyte growth factor(HGF) is the most potent stimulator of DNA synthesis in the mature hepatocyte. We evaluated the

influence of

hepatectomy on serum HGF levels. We examined 10 hepatectomized, using, 10 gastric resected patients as control. The HGF levels of malignancy is higher than that of benign disease and the HGF levels of hepatoma and Klatskin tumor is higher than

that

of

stomach cancer. The correlation between serum bilirubin. ALT and HGF was significant were but not in arterial ketone body ratio. In the hepatectomized group, HGF levels were elevated significantly on the 1st postoperative day compared with the

preoperative value. On the 5th day, hHGF levels in the hepatectomized group were significantly higher than those in the gastric resection group.

We conclude that the higher levels of malignancy seen compared to benign disease suggests that HGF may be related to cancer biology. The serum HGF levels rapidly increased after hepatectomy, suggesting that HGF may have an important role in liver

regeneration but elevation of HGF is not specific to the liver. The implication of the linear correlation between serum bilirubin and HGF needs to be investigated further.
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