Percutaneous Ethanol (Alcohol) Injection of Liver Center

percutaneous ethanol injection of the liver, pure alcohol is injected through the skin into liver cancers to kill the cancer cells. Doing this deprives liver cancer cells of water through dehydration. The most common side effect is leakage of alcohol onto the liver's surface, which can cause pain and fever. Read more: Percutaneous Ethanol (Alcohol) Injection of Liver Article

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