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Orbital metastasis from colorectal cancer are extremely rare. Only six cases are described in the literature. The discrepancy between the frequency of colorectal cancer and the rarity of metastasis to the eye and orbit remains paradoxical and enigmatic. We report the case of an 18-year-old young woman with orbital metastasis as the presenting sign of rectal(More)
Metastatic lung disease has long been the preserve of systemic treatments, local treatments being considered in a purely palliative intention. Several studies have objectified benefit to the local treatment of metastases, especially oligometastases. Surgery then took an important place in this setting, but the development of techniques for stereotactic(More)
Stereotactic radiotherapy is a standard treatment option for patients with stage I non-small cell lung cancer who are unfit for surgery or who are medically operable but refuse surgery. Comparable overall survival rates in operable patients are also supported by non-randomized single-institution and population based studies. Stereotactic radiotherapy has(More)
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