A Case of Inoperable Duodenal Cancer Achieving Long-Term Survival after Multidisciplinary Treatment

@article{Ando2012ACO,
  title={A Case of Inoperable Duodenal Cancer Achieving Long-Term Survival after Multidisciplinary Treatment},
  author={T. Ando and T. Ishikawa and E. Imamoto and E. Kishimoto and K. Suzuki and Y. Isozaki and N. Matsumoto and H. Oyamada and Tsuguhiro Matsumoto and K. Uchiyama and O. Handa and T. Takagi and N. Yagi and S. Kokura and Y. Naito and T. Yoshikawa},
  journal={Case Reports in Gastroenterology},
  year={2012},
  volume={6},
  pages={111 - 117}
}
A 50-year-old female became aware of skin yellowing and consulted another hospital where she was diagnosed intraoperatively with duodenal cancer because of lymph node metastases around the aorta. Endoscopy revealed type IIa + IIc cancer distal to the duodenal papilla, and biopsy allowed a diagnosis of well-differentiated adenocarcinoma. Computed tomography revealed a large number of lymph node metastases around the aorta and in the left supraclavicular cavity. The patient was given many… Expand
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