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Second, 35 of the 38 women did not need the excision based on the subsequent benign findings.
Abdominoperineal resection (APR) of the rectum results in a lower local recurrence rate than local excision.
Separate groin excisions are contraindicated in patients who have clinically positive lymph nodes.
Operative reports were obtained for patients who had surgical excision.
Wagman, chairman of the division of surgery at City of Hope Cancer Center, said the study fell short of convincing him to stop advising radiation for DCIS patients who chose excision over masectomy.
Tami Karni of the Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Israel, and the Breast Care Institute, Assaf Harofe Medical Center, Israel, the primary objective of breast conservation surgery today is to achieve complete excision of tumors surrounded by a rim of pathology-free tissue.
Those most likely to have a poor result are those with a large percentage volume of excision [1].
We used combination therapy that included compression therapy, laser excision, and serial steroid injection, which has improved our therapeutic outcomes for earlobe keloids.
1-8) Although not extensively documented, several studies (9-11) have shown that between 16% and 19% of patients with a diagnosis of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) alone on core needle biopsy will have invasion in the subsequent excision.
Initial products are targeted at breast biopsy and the excision of benign lesions, potentially obviating the need for open surgical excisions.
He had undergone numerous excisions and photodynamic therapy by other otolaryngologists.
She underwent two subsequent microlaryngoscopic examinations with medial microflap excisions, but she again developed recurrent leukoplakia within months (figure, A and B).
The bipolar loops and electrodes are designed for electrosurgical excisions in a dry, infiltrated or wet field.
The most common operative procedures of the auricle are small skin excisions and reconstructions.
Hospitalization Time -- Patients treated with the BeamPath fiber and traditional CO2 laser had similar postoperative hospital stays of approximately three to four hours, compared with 24 hours for external excisions procedures.