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The combination of TACE and RFA is safe and provides better local tumor control than RFA alone for the treatment of patients with medium-sized HCC. Our multivariate analysis showed that RFA-alone treatment and Child-Pugh class B were poor independent factors for determining the patient survival...
For synchronous gastric PC, CRS + HIPEC with mitomycin C 30 mg and cisplatin 120 mg may improve survival with acceptable morbidity.
When matched for tumor size, laparoscopic resection of primary gastric GISTs ≤8 cm results in shorter hospital stays with similar OR time while maintaining sound oncologic outcomes compared with open resection.
Overexpression of nuclear β-catenin at the invasive front in colorectal cancer is strongly associated with liver metastasis and may be a promising predictor of liver metastasis.
There was modest uptake of breast reconstruction after initial cancer treatment. Factors associated with delayed reconstruction were primarily related to uncertainty about the procedure, concern about cancer surveillance, and low priority. Those without reconstruction demonstrated significant...
Aggressive surgical management of pT4 gastric carcinoma should be limited to patients without adverse prognostic factors such as advanced nodal involvement and pancreatic invasion.
Intralesional curettage as an alternative to wide resection for extrapelvic grade I chondrosarcoma of bone does not greatly increase the risk for local recurrence or metastasis. Overall effect estimates, however, should be interpreted with caution as a result of the relatively small number of...
ICG clearance helps to identify patients with impaired liver function after neoadjuvant chemotherapy and aids in the estimation of the postoperative risk of morbidity after liver resection for colorectal liver metastases.
Our study indicates a slightly, but not significantly, negative effect of allogeneic blood transfusion on prognosis of gastric cancer patients. In the subgroup of patients who underwent total gastrectomy, splenectomy seems to invert this mild effect, with a positive influence on overall survival.
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