A unique and as yet unexplored subset of metastatic colorectal cancer: widespread lymph-node-only recurrence.

@article{Lipshitz2013AUA,
  title={A unique and as yet unexplored subset of metastatic colorectal cancer: widespread lymph-node-only recurrence.},
  author={Jay Lipshitz and Alan B Astrow and Yiqing Xu},
  journal={Journal of gastrointestinal cancer},
  year={2013},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={466-71}
}
Current surveillance recommendations for patients with a history of localized colorectal cancer include CT scan annually for 3 years and carcinoembyonic antigen (CEA) measurement every 3 to 6 months for 5 years [1, 2]. Although screening is aimed at early detection of resectable liver or lung metastasis, it also has the potential to identify other patterns… CONTINUE READING