Puttawibul Puttisak

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Between January 1986 and December 1992, sixty-nine patients with squamous esophageal cancer were randomized to one or the other of two treatment groups. Group 1 (35 patients) were scheduled to receive chemotherapy (cisplatinum and 5-fluorouracil) and radiation, followed by resection, while group 2 (34 patients) received resection alone. Of the 35 patients(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the correlation between cosmetic outcome (CO), body image, and quality of life in post breast-conserving therapy (BCT) women. MATERIALS AND METHODS This cross-sectional study concerned one-year post-completed BCT Thai women. The data included subjective and objective CO with a questionnaire covering demographic and clinical data,(More)
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