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Gender is one of the most important predictors for lymph node metastasis in patients with early distal rectal cancer. Three parameters, including depth of tumor invasion, histology, and gender, are useful determinants for local excision. Additional studies are required to establish the minimum...
On the basis of our findings and the lack of prospective randomized data, the practice of selectively limiting ALND to IHC-only patients thought to be at high risk and to patients for whom the identification of additional positive nodes may change systemic therapy recommendations seems to be a...
The UNC method of microscopically examining the entire adipose tissue sample may be associated with higher nodal count at open radical hysterectomy. Higher nodal count, however, may not translate into increased identification of nodal metastases.
Our data suggest that less surgical treatment may be needed than is usually advocated for T1–T4a tumors and that surgery alone may be appropriate for T1–T3 tumors that have been resected with adequate margins in those patients for whom excellent follow-up is anticipated. No neck irradiation...
Gene expression profile inherent to primary gastric cancer tissues can be useful in prospective prediction of peritoneal relapse after curative surgery, potentially allowing individualized postoperative management to improve the prognosis of patients with advanced gastric cancer.
Future studies investigating EGFR-I therapy in mCRC should incorporate KRAS mutation testing into the study protocol in order to more accurately determine the patient population that will obtain clinical benefit from these novel agents.
Esophageal cancer patients frequently succumb to their disease. However, patients treated with neoadjuvant therapy who achieve pCR have a higher rate of R0 resections, fewer recurrences, and improved 5-year OS and DFS.
Local application of paclitaxel-loaded polymer films following surgical resection can prevent local tumor recurrence without impairing wound healing.
This is the first demonstration that aggressive cytoreductive surgery for stage IVb endometrial carcinoma with extra-abdominal metastasis has a beneficial role. However, further investigation is still required to establish better standard therapy for stage IVb endometrial cancer.
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