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Emotional well being is improved after CS + HIPEC despite complications that may affect short-term recovery. Most patients remaining in the study recover to preoperative levels of functioning between 3 and 6 months after surgery. For some, survival can be attained without major decrement in QOL...
Oral vitamin B12 replacement is an effective and safe treatment for vitamin B12 deficiency in gastric cancer patients after total gastrectomy.
The quality of teamworking and clinical decision-making in MDTs can reliably be assessed using observational and self-report metrics. MDT members have good insight into their own team performance. Such robust assessment methods could provide the basis of a toolkit for MDT team evaluation and...
These results confirm the predictive significance of the well-established variables of Breslow thickness, ulceration, age, and location, as well as consistently reported but less well-established variables such as lymphovascular invasion. In addition, the presence of regression was associated...
Major pathologic response to preoperative therapy occurs in a minority of patients with pancreatic adenocarcinoma and is independently associated with prolonged survival.
Although presence of PNI and LVI in RALP specimen correlated with multiple adverse clinicopathological factors, it did not predict biochemical recurrence, thus limiting its clinical usefulness. HGPIN was not significantly associated with the clinicopathological characteristics studied.
Adjuvant interferon-based chemoradiation can be delivered safely and tolerably—though with substantial reversible toxicity—to patients of good performance status at an experienced cancer center. Therapy may be associated with an improvement in overall survival.
Multiple re-excisions to obtain clear margins are a safe alternative to mastectomy for women with invasive cancer or DCIS. There is an acceptably low risk of local and systemic failure when negative margins are ultimately achieved.
The risk of endometrial cancer in women with endometrial polyps is 1.3%, while cancers confined to a polyp were found in only 0.3%. The risk is greatest in postmenopausal women with vaginal bleeding.
Surgical MW is an effective method for treating initial or recurrent unresectable HCC, and it can be undergone safely.
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