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Patients having emergent surgery after chemotherapy have more comorbidities and severe disease, which are associated with higher complication rates and mortality. Identifying modifiable parameters prior to surgery may improve postoperative outcomes.
Although an apparently elegant tool for predicting residual disease after BCS, we have shown that it is not applicable to a symptomatic breast unit in Ireland.
Despite multimodal preoperative invasive and noninvasive staging techniques, the correctness of clinical staging in IIIA NSCLC patients is low. Hence, in doubt more invasive staging or probatory thoracotomy should be performed not to deny potentially curative surgery in those patients.
Age and CCI represent the foremost determinants of POM after RC. The developed reference table is capable of predicting POM after RC, in an individualized fashion. The accuracy of the model is good (70%), and it is highly generalizable.
Although performing prophylactic CND in total thyroidectomy may offer a more complete initial tumor resection than total thyroidectomy alone by minimizing any residual microscopic disease, such a difference becomes less noticeable 6 months after ablation.
LADG can be performed safely in patients with EGC in terms of the low incidence of POPF. To decrease the risk of POPF, LADG should be performed cautiously in male patients with high body mass index.
Survival of patients undergoing pancreaticoduodenectomy for pancreatic head carcinoma does not seem to be affected by sequence of perioperative radiation therapy. This finding would imply that prospective studies comparing nRT to aRT is warranted to examine potential clinical benefits of nRT and...
After hepatectomy, survival of patients with recurrent mCRC is strongly predicted by the patterns of recurrence, and the recurrence pattern can be predicted with a simple model. This can also be extended to create a scoring system that estimates expected survival.
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