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 Vol 12: Rectal cancer level significantly affects rates and patterns of distant metastases among rectal cancer patients post curative-intent surgery without neoadjuvant therapy.


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This article is from World Journal of Surgical Oncology, volume 12.AbstractBackground: Rectal cancer patients have a higher incidence of pulmonary metastases than those with colon cancer. This study aimed to examine the effects of rectal cancer level on recurrence patterns in rectal cancer patients. Methods: Patients with T3-T4 rectal cancers who underwent surgery between 2002 and 2006 were recruited in this study. All the patients were followed up on until death. Recurrence patterns and survival rates were calculated in relation to clinical variables. Results: There were 884 patients were enrolled in this study. Patients with low-rectal cancer had significantly worse five-year overall survival OS and disease-free survival DFS rates 47.25% and 44.07%, respectively than patients with mid-rectal 63.46% and 60.22%, respectively and upper-rectal cancers 73.91% and 71.87%, respectively. The level of the tumor P



Autor: Chiang, Jy Ming; Hsieh, Pao Shiu; Chen, Jinn Shiun; Tang, Reiping; You, Jeng Fu; Yeh, Chien Yuh

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