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BACKGROUND North China has an adjusted annual mortality rate of more than 100 per 100,000 persons for esophageal squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). However, its occurrence in young adults is considered uncommon. METHODS The clinical data and surgically resected specimens of 1033 cases of esophageal SCC were analyzed from the archives of an university hospital(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the factors affecting clinical therapeutic effect on acute tetramine poisoning. METHODS Using Logistic regression to analyze the relationships among the degree of tetramine poisoning, time of onset, time of admission, exposure history, sex, age, unithol, gastric lavage, etc with the death of poisonded patients. RESULTS The(More)
Three types of traditional Chinese herb medicine were used to treat 98 patients with advanced esophageal squamous cell carcinoma prior to surgical treatment. Forty-two patients with the same diagnosis were treated with these herbs plus cyclophosphamide (endoxan). One hundred similar patients received surgical treatment without herbs or endoxan treatment as(More)
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