A 65-year-old woman underwent resection of a distal common bile duct carcinoma (Whipple’s procedure). Twelve months later a single hepatic metastasis was detected and a chemoembolization was performed. Immediately after chemoembolization the patient developed a multimicrobial sepsis including Clostridium perfringens. CT scans depicted pathognomonic signs of gas-containing abscess in the necrotic liver metastasis. She was subsequently treated with broad-spectrum antibiotics, abscess drainage and... »
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