We describe a case of cholangiocarcinoma in a young woman, who presented with cholestatic jaundice following oral contraceptive ingestion. Following diagnostic laparotomy she received intra-arterial 'lipiodolized' chemotherapy. Intravenous mitozantrone was given for 2 years and she is asymptomatic, with computed tomographic evidence of tumour response, 27 months after diagnosis. We suggest that this form of treatment is of value for cholangiocarcinoma.
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