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Predictors of palliative treatment in stage IV colorectal cancer.

Related Articles Predictors of palliative treatment in stage IV colorectal cancer. Am J Surg. 2019 09;218(3):514-520 Authors: Osagiede O, Spaulding AC, Frank RD, Merchea A, Uitti R, Ailawadhi S, Kelley S, Colibaseanu D Abstract BACKGROUND: Palliative treatment may be associated with prolonged survival and improved quality of life, but remains underutilized in stage IV colorectal (CRC). We examined a national cohort of stage IV CRC patients to determine the factors associated with palliative treatment. METHODS: Stage IV CRC patients, classified based on their survival length (<6 months, 6-24 months, and 24 + months), were analyzed using the American College of Surgeons National…
Origen: Predictors of palliative treatment in stage IV colorectal cancer. – PubMed

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Achieving consensus advice for paediatricians and other health professionals: on prevention, recognition and management of conflict in paediatric practice.

Related Articles Achieving consensus advice for paediatricians and other health professionals: on prevention, recognition and management of conflict in paediatric practice. Arch Dis Child. 2019 05;104(5):413-416 Authors: Linney M, Hain RDW, Wilkinson D, Fortune PM, Barclay S, Larcher V, Fitzgerald J, Arkell E PMID: 31000533 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]
Origen: Achieving consensus advice for paediatricians and other health professionals: on prevention, recognition and management of conflict in paediatric practice. – PubMed

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Successful Treatment of a Case of Ectopic Jejunal Varices with Portal Venous Stenting.

Related Articles Successful Treatment of a Case of Ectopic Jejunal Varices with Portal Venous Stenting. Am J Case Rep. 2019 Jul 03;20:948-952 Authors: Abdalla AO, Abdallah MA, Calvo LA Abstract BACKGROUND Management of patients with ectopic variceal bleeding can be challenging and requires a multidisciplinary approach. Ectopic bleeding from jejunal varices at the anastomotic site of choledochojejunostomy is rare and difficult to treat. CASE REPORT We report a case of ectopic jejunal variceal bleeding secondary to portal vein stenosis at the anastomotic site of a prior choledochojejunostomy for pancreatic cancer. The patient was successfully treated with portal vein metallic stent…
Origen: Successful Treatment of a Case of Ectopic Jejunal Varices with Portal Venous Stenting. – PubMed

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