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The optimal management of resectable oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinomas is controversial with many treatment options, both surgical and nonsurgical approaches, supported by published experiences with no randomized trials comparing commonly accepted treatments. The treatment decisions are...
In the follow-up of Hodgkin's lymphoma patients, the focus in the first 5 years is to detect recurrence, while after 5 years, the focus is on limiting and detecting late effects of treatment. In the first 5 years post-treatment, routine history and physical and computed tomography (CT) imaging...
In 2009, an estimated 40,870 new cases of rectal cancer will be diagnosed in the USA. After decades of treating metastatic colorectal cancer (CRC) with 5-fluorouracil alone, newer agents have resulted in significant improvements in disease-free and overall survival rates. These improvements stem...
Single brain metastasis represents a common neurologic complication of cancer. Given the number of treatment options that are available for patients with brain metastasis and the strong opinions that are associated with each option, appropriate treatment for these patients has become...
Low anterior resection or abdominoperineal resection is considered standard treatment for early rectal cancer. These procedures, however, carry a risk of morbidity and mortality that may not be warranted for early distal lesions, which may be treated with local excision. Emerging data has...
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