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Thoracic surgery.
  • J. Scannell
  • Medicine
  • The New England journal of medicine
  • 1956
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Changing times in surgical management of bronchopulmonary carcinoid tumor.
The bronchopulmonary carcinoid tumor occurs at all levels from trachea to lung periphery. It should be managed by conservatism in airway or lung resection. The long-term survival is excellent: 82% atExpand
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Combined approach to "dumbbell" intrathoracic and intraspinal neurogenic tumors.
The unexpected finding of an extension of a neurogenic tumor from the thorax through the spinal foramen into the neural canal complicates its removal. Serious neurological complications may resultExpand
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J. Maxwell Chamberlain Memorial Paper. Role of staging in prognosis and management of thymoma.
Eighty-five patients operated on for thymoma from 1972 to 1989 were evaluated, 32 with myasthenia gravis and 53 without. Masaoka staging revealed stage I disease in 45 (53%), stage II in 23 (27%),Expand
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Pulmonary resection for metastases from gynecologic cancers: Massachusetts General Hospital experience, 1943-1982.
Fifteen patients with pulmonary metastases from gynecologic cancers have been evaluated and treated surgically at the Massachusetts General Hospital from 1943 to 1982. These women have had primaryExpand
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Thromboembolic Complications of Prosthetic Cardiac Valves
Our experience with thromboembolism in 283 patients surviving at least 1 week following insertion of Starr-Edwards valves is reported here. Of these patients, 155 underwent aortic valve replacement,Expand
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Basis for new strategies in postoperative radiotherapy of bronchogenic carcinoma.
In order to improve our understanding of the role of postoperative radiotherapy and to search for new strategies in the management of N1 N2 T3 stage carcinoma of the lung, we analyzed results ofExpand
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Surgical management of aortic valve disease in the elderly.
Forty patients over the age of 70 years, with an average age of 74.6 years, have undergone aortic valve surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital in the past eight years. Thirty-eight patientsExpand
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Four decades of experience with resections for bronchogenic carcinoma at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Experience at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) with resections for primary lung carcinoma is brought up to the clinical staging era (1971) with a 5 year cumulative survival statistic of 30Expand
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