• Publications
  • Influence
The influence of other diseases upon the outcome of colorectal cancer patients.
Little attention may be paid during follow up of colorectal cancer patients to other medical problems because the follow up is normally focused upon the diagnosis of recurrence and the detection ofExpand
  • 30
  • 2
The influence of case load and the extent of resection on the quality of treatment outcome in gastric cancer.
  • H. Meyer
  • Medicine
  • European journal of surgical oncology : the…
  • 1 August 2005
AIMS The background was to analyse the influence of hospital- and surgeon volume and of the extent of resective procedures on the quality of early and late treatment results in gastric cancer. Expand
  • 47
  • 1
Lymph node dissection for gastric cancer.
Complete tumor removal with margins of clearance at the resection lines must be the aim of today's surgical treatment of gastric cancer, and this must be applied even in lymph node dissection. But,Expand
  • 59
  • 1
Treatment strategies in gastric cancer.
BACKGROUND Gastric cancer has become less common but remains among the leading causes of death from cancer, with a 5-year survival rate of only 20% to 25%. Although diagnostic techniques haveExpand
  • 78
  • PDF
[Surgical therapy of stomach cancer--indications for splenectomy in gastrectomy].
The indication for (obligatory) splenectomy in case of total gastrectomy for gastric carcinoma remains controversial. Overall, an increase of morbidity, but not of postoperative mortality followingExpand
  • 10
Surgical treatment of gastric cancer: retrospective survey of 1,704 operated cases with special reference to total gastrectomy as the operation of choice.
Total gastrectomy is discussed as the operation of choice among different surgical approaches for gastric carcinoma. We prefer the performance of an elective total gastrectomy with systematicExpand
  • 38
Epidemiologie des Magenkarzinoms aus chirurgischer Sicht: Ergebnisse der Deutschen Magenkarzinom-Studie 1992
In a prospective multi-centre study data were collected on 1,999 patients (1273 men, 726 women; mean age 62.3 [19-99] years) with gastric carcinoma, admitted to one of 19 surgical departments inExpand
  • 9
[Current S3 guidelines on surgical treatment of gastric carcinoma].
The current S3 guidelines on the diagnosis and treatment of gastric carcinoma including those of the esophagogastric junction describe optimal clinical practice based on a high level of evidence andExpand
  • 17
Independently predictive prognostic variables after resection for colorectal carcinoma.
BACKGROUND Clinical variables such as surgical morbidity, comorbidity and follow-up have been claimed to influence ultimate survival in patients who have resection for colorectal cancer. It isExpand
  • 13
[Gastric cancer: current status of multimodality treatment].
BACKGROUND The overall prognosis of gastric cancer with an overall 5-year survival of 25% is still poor despite improvements of the surgical and perioperative procedures. To improve the surgicalExpand
  • 3