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These findings suggest the potential utility of HDGF immunohistochemistry in determining the prognosis of HCC.
Completeness of cytoreduction, performance status, and MC seem to be the best determinants of outcome. These data warrant confirmation by a further prospective formal trial. No biological markers presented a significant correlation with the outcome. The overexpression of epidermal growth factor...
GTR carries a potentially higher possibility of complication. Although GTR can be achieved easily in low-risk neuroblastoma patients with a favorable prognosis, surgeons should do their best to achieve GTR for intermediate-risk patients to improve outcome. Nevertheless, sacrificing vital organs...
Size is a known predictor of SLN metastasis in the modern SLN era, as it was in the pre-SLN eras. HER-2/neu was found to be significantly predictive of SLN metastasis in our study. We anticipate a future when even the relatively minor procedure of SLN biopsy might be avoided with the predictive...
Preoperative gemcitabine/radiotherapy is well tolerated and safe when delivered in a multi-institutional setting. This protocol had a high rate of subsequent resection, with acceptable morbidity. The high rate of negative margins and uninvolved nodes suggests a significant tumor response....
MIVAT is as safe and effective as conventional thyroidectomy and is associated with similar narcotic analgesic requirements, but it can be performed through smaller incisions. Operative times were significantly longer for MIVAT, but when patients with thyroiditis were excluded, operative times...
Sixth edition AJCC clinical stage IB as a selection criterion for performing SLN biopsy in thin melanoma identifies most patients with a positive SLN while also avoiding a negative SLN biopsy in many patients. Until additional widely accepted and validated selection criteria are available, SLN...
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