[Treatment of inguinal lymph node recurrence after chemo-radiation for anal canal squamous carcinoma].

@article{Murata2012TreatmentOI,
  title={[Treatment of inguinal lymph node recurrence after chemo-radiation for anal canal squamous carcinoma].},
  author={Kohei Murata and Shu Okamura and Yuma Wada and Shunichiro Makino and Ryo Kato and Takahiko Nishigaki and Yoshiyuki Owada and Masahiro Murakami and Kazuyuki Okada and Chikara Ebisui and Hideoki Yokouchi and Masakatsu Kinuta},
  journal={Gan to kagaku ryoho. Cancer & chemotherapy},
  year={2012},
  volume={39 12},
  pages={2275-7}
}
UNLABELLED Although it is well established that the standard primary treatment for anal canal squamous cell carcinoma is chemoradiation, the strategy varies for recurrence cases. CASE A 76-year-old woman was diagnosed by biopsy as Stage II (T2N0M0) squamous cell cancer and treated with a total amount of 60 Gy pelvic radiation excluding the groin area, and… CONTINUE READING