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IOPTH is an important adjunct for successful LE by identifying the presence of MGD and avoiding operative failure. IOPTH adds little to BE; however, final IOPTH values may predict persistent disease in BE, reoperations, and PCs.
The observed differentials in surgical treatment for early breast cancer patients suggest that access issues may have contributed to the decision-making process. Understanding the reasons why women with early breast cancer choose a certain treatment strategy should be a focus of future research.
Radiotherapy did not seem to provide additional benefit in decreasing local recurrence rate of stage IIA rectal cancers. In selected patients, however, the role of radiotherapy needs to be carefully evaluated.
Patients with localized CCA who are selected for CDS are strongly associated with improved survival, with rates approaching that found in single institution studies. However, many patients with localized tumors do not receive potentially curative cancer-directed surgery. Further study is...
This technique allows optimal HIPEC, while limiting the potential toxic effects for the surgical, medical and paramedical teams.
Cytoreduction with HIPEC using high-dose oxaliplatin leads to manageable metabolic and electrolyte disturbances and frequent mild hepatic toxicity without discernible impact on postoperative morbidity. Longer follow-up in a larger patient cohort will be required to assess the real risk of...
In this population-based analysis, adjuvant radiotherapy for stage-III and IVM0 gastric cancer significantly improved OS. Analysis of stage-Ib and -II patients is limited by small numbers, but there may not be the same benefit.
In this carefully monitored population, including systematic radiological examinations, the rate of isolated recurrences on the spared ovary is low. Recurrence in these patients carries a poor prognosis. Such results suggest that initial selection of candidates for fertility-sparing surgery...
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