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HDR-IORT combined with resection results in encouraging local control rates with acceptable toxicity for patients with locally aggressive CRC.
S100A8/A9 levels are lower in CaP than in BPH. Both were more highly expressed in patients with aggressive disease and shorter biochemical recurrence-free time. S100A8/A9 urinary cell-free nucleic acid levels correlated positively with expression levels obtained from tissue staining. Therefore,...
Laparoscopic suprapancreatic LN dissection using a left-sided approach could be safely achieved and is more convenient for advanced gastric cancer.
Microsurgical treatment of lymphedema with VLN transfer procedures effectively decrease limb circumference. This improvement is mirrored by improvements in patient-reported outcomes and quality of life. These changes can be observed as soon as 1 month postoperatively, and continued steady...
The incidence and patterns of HCC recurrence were similar between the anatomical and nonanatomical resection. Recurrence by local dissemination may be considered to be negligible in both surgical methods.
The finding that increasing age is associated with a higher incidence of melanoma death but a lower incidence of SLN metastasis highlights the need for further study into age-related differences in melanoma biology, immunological surveillance, and host response. It also questions whether the 5-...
Our survey showed that the performance of preoperative assessment of FIGO stage I EC was moderate and that adherence to the guidelines was low.
Lesion size, location, and chemotherapy response pattern were independent predictors of malignancy for patients with resectable CRLM and small indeterminate lung lesions. Utilization of preoperative chemotherapy can be a useful method of ruling out pulmonary metastases in these patients.
An I-CCC for rectal cancer in a large geographic region was feasible and influenced surgeon treatment recommendations in 53 % of cases. Because no factor predicted for treatment plan change, it is likely prudent that all rectal cancer patients undergo some form of collaborative review.
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