[Three hundred and seventy-one cases of colon carcinoma; analysis and results (author's transl)].


Between 1963 and 1978 the authors operated 371 patients for adenocarcinoma of the colon. The operability rate was as high as 99%. Sixty-three percent of the group were women. The average age was 66 years. A resection could be done in 86.5% of the cases; of those 75% were considered curative. Only 6.7% were stage A. Right-sided lesions were treated with a… (More)


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