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PURPOSE While positive resection margin (RM) in women undergoing breast-conserving surgery (BCS) represents a clear indication for re-resection, there is no unequivocal recommendation regarding the extent of the clear RM. The aim of this study was to define the optimal extent of the RM and the risk factors for close or positive RM. METHODS Patients(More)
INTRODUCTION Anastomotic insufficiency (anastomotic leakage) is one of the most serious complications of the sphincter-saving rectal resections, with significant impact on patient morbidity and mortality. The risk rate of anastomotic leakage may be influenced by local anatomic conditions - tumour localisation and stage, possible technical problems in(More)
INTRODUCTION Papillary carcinoma is the most frequent malign tumour of the thyroid with rising incidence and metastasising in lymphatic veins. AIM Diagnosing our patients and comparing the TNM stages to metastases found in lymphatic nodes. MATERIALS, METHODS A retrospective study of 1,353 patients treated at our department between 2005 and 2008. (More)
INTRODUCTION Conservative surgery is considered as standard and alternative mastectomy in early stage breast cancer but number of local recurrence is higher. Aim of the study was to detect number of local recurrences after conservative surgery and to identify risk factors of local recurrence especially importance of resection margins. MATERIALS AND(More)
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