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Table 1 Familial hepatocellular carcinoma

From: Familial hepatocellular carcinoma in an endemic area: two case reports

Kaplan and Cole [20] 3 male adult siblings aged 64, 49 and 44
Hagstrom and Baker [21] 3 male siblings aged 11, 22 and 31
Denison et al. [22] Familial hepatoma on background micronodular cirrhosis
Ohbayashi et al. [17] Familial clustering of asymptomatic carriers
Gilmore et al. [29] 3 or 4 male siblings in Chinese family
Lynch et al. [7] 2 familial aggregations in Costa Rica
Harvey et al. [23] 3 male siblings aged 33, 43, 46
Chang et al. [24] 2 pairs of young brothers (5 and 7years) and (9 and 7years)
Lok et al. [25] Morbidity and mortality from chronic hepatitis B virus infection in family members
Alberts et al. [26] Clustering of hepatocellular carcinoma in Alaska Native families
Weledji et al. [3]
BMC Research notes
2 male siblings aged, 24 and 35 in endemic area in Cameroon