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Introduction: Postoperative radiotherapy (PR) has been recommended in patients with advanced head and neck melanomas to improve regional control. This study examined the incidence of cervical recurrence among patients who did not receive PR after surgical management of nodepositive head and neck...
Background: The introduction of SLNB has allowed accurate staging in early-stage breast carcinomas and has minimized the number of unnecessary ALNDs. Intraoperative frozen-section analysis is a fundamental component of the sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) procedure. Some patients have positive...
Background: The E1-b attenuated adenovirus, ONYX-015 (Onyx Pharmaceuticals, Richmond, CA), has demonstrated antitumoral activity in patients with recurrent squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck. This study evaluated the effects of intratumoral ONYX-015 injection combined with systemic...
Background: We have been following a cohort of patients who underwent a lumpectomy without receiving adjuvant radiotherapy or adjuvant systemic therapy. We now report the experience of a postmenopausal subgroup. Methods: The postmenopausal subgroup included 244 patients accrued between 1977 and...
Background: Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is increasingly used for the local destruction of unresectable hepatic malignancies. There is little information on its optimal approach or potential complications. Methods: Since late 1997, we have undertaken 91 RFA procedures to ablate 231 unresectable...
Background: This study was undertaken to establish the reliability of lymphoscintigraphy in indicating the number of sentinel nodes in patients with melanoma. Methods: Lymphoscintigraphy was performed with dynamic imaging after injection of 60 MBq 99m Tc-nanocolloid (1.6 mCi) and static imaging...
Background: Preoperative plasma plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 (PAI-1) is a prognostic variable in patients with colorectal cancer. It has been suggested, however, that plasma PAI-1 is a nonspecific prognostic parameter similar to the acute-phase reactant C-reactive protein (CRP). In the...
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