Four hundred consecutive total gastrectomies for gastric cancer: a single-institution experience.

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HYPOTHESIS Although total gastrectomy (TG) has been generally accepted as the treatment of choice for upper and middle gastric cancers, some issues are still debated. The objective of this retrospective study was to analyze short- and long-term results of TG (radical and palliative) in a series of 400 patients consecutively admitted to our surgical unit… (More)
DOI: 10.1001/archsurg.143.8.769

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@article{Pacelli2008FourHC, title={Four hundred consecutive total gastrectomies for gastric cancer: a single-institution experience.}, author={Fabio Pacelli and Valerio Papa and Fausto Rosa and Antonio Pio Tortorelli and Alejandro Martin S{\'a}nchez and Marcello Covino and Maurizio Bossola and Giovanni Battista Doglietto}, journal={Archives of surgery}, year={2008}, volume={143 8}, pages={769-75; discussion 775} }