Extent of Lymphadenectomy and Prognosis After Esophageal Cancer Surgery.

@article{Lagergren2016ExtentOL,
  title={Extent of Lymphadenectomy and Prognosis After Esophageal Cancer Surgery.},
  author={Jesper Lagergren and Fredrik R. Mattsson and Janine L Zylstra and Fuju Chang and James A. Gossage and Robert Hindry Mason and Pernilla Lagergren and Andrew Davies},
  journal={JAMA surgery},
  year={2016},
  volume={151 1},
  pages={
          32-9
        }
}
IMPORTANCE The prognostic role of the extent of lymphadenectomy during surgery for esophageal cancer is uncertain and requires clarification. OBJECTIVE To clarify whether the number of removed lymph nodes influences mortality following surgery for esophageal cancer. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS Conducted from January 1, 2000, to January 31, 2014, this was a cohort study of patients who underwent esophagectomy for cancer in 2000-2012 at a high-volume hospital for esophageal cancer… CONTINUE READING
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