Aggressive resection of frequent peritoneal recurrences in colorectal cancer contributes to long-term survival

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We report a long-term survivor of colorectal cancer who underwent aggressive, frequent resection for peritoneal recurrences. A 58-year-old woman was diagnosed with descending colon cancer. Resection of the descending colon along with lymph node dissection was performed in September 2006. The pathological findings revealed Stage IIA colorectal cancer. The… (More)
DOI: 10.18999/nagjms.78.4.501

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@inproceedings{Komori2016AggressiveRO, title={Aggressive resection of frequent peritoneal recurrences in colorectal cancer contributes to long-term survival}, author={Koji Komori and Takashi Kinoshita and Oshiro Taihei and Seiji Ito and Tetsuya Abe and Yoshiki Senda and Kazunari Misawa and Yuich Ito and Norihisa Uemura and Seiji Natsume and Jiro Kawakami and Akira Ouchi and Masayuki Tsutsuyama and Takahiro Hosoi and Itaru Shigeyoshi and Tomoyuki Akazawa and Daisuke Hayashi and Hideharu Tanaka and Yasuhiro Shimizu}, booktitle={Nagoya journal of medical science}, year={2016} }