Anthony J Crimaldi

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Dysphagia due to esophageal metastases from primary breast carcinoma is an unusual entity. In this series of cases, we describe the clinical features of dysphagia due to metastatic esophageal lesions(More)
In the treatment of rectal cancer, a longer radiation-surgery interval from the end of neoadjuvant radiation therapy to surgery has been associated with higher rates of complete pathologic response(More)