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Patient-derived tumorgrafts from resected PDAC may potentially predict recurrence months before currently available surveillance modalities. This lead-time advantage may allow for earlier implementation or changes in therapy as successful engraftment, particularly in those having undergone...
HAI of oxaliplatin increases the likelihood of a CPR at the cost of a higher incidence of SOxL in patients with initially unresectable CRLM.
Most women felt that the augmented appearance of breasts is currently expected, and this impression was more common in young women. This impression may be another factor contributing to the current trend of more extensive breast cancer operations and implant-based reconstructions.
Adding a multiple-day, continuous ropivacaine infusion to a single-injection ropivacaine paravertebral nerve block may result in a lower incidence of pain as well as pain-related physical and emotional dysfunction 1 year after mastectomy.
Ki67 predicts disease-related death in oropharyngeal cancer independent of HPV status. A combination of Ki67 and HPV status provides improved prognostic information relative to HPV status alone. Our data suggest, for the first time, that Ki67 status has prognostic value, particularly in...
Older age, male sex, tall in height, and incision closer to the thyroid cartilage were independent contributing factors for unassessable VCs, whereas older age was the only contributing factor for inaccurate postoperative TLUSG. Because more than one-third of VCPs were actually normal, patients...
Surgeons need to be aware of the increased risk of SSI after re-excision BCS compared with the initial procedure. Our results suggest that risk adjustment of SSI rates for re-excision would allow for better comparison of BCS SSI rates between institutions.
Independent predictors of recurrence and death following surgery for primary gastric adenocarcinoma were used to create a nomogram to predict DFS and OS. The nomogram was able to stratify patients into prognostic groups, and performed well on internal validation.
Postprocedure ultrasound examination is a quick and sensitive method to detect TIVAD-related pneumothorax. It also precisely detects catheter malposition to internal jugular vein thus reduces time needed for revision surgery while chest radiography remains necessary to confirm catheter final...
This study suggests that a range reduction in the depth of submucosal invasion is required to obtain a high negative predictive value. Further large-scale studies are required to validate the optimal cutoff value proposed in this study.
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