Full thickness abdominal wall resection for recurrent and metastatic neoplasms. A report of three cases.

@article{Kambouris1988FullTA,
  title={Full thickness abdominal wall resection for recurrent and metastatic neoplasms. A report of three cases.},
  author={Ambrosias Kambouris},
  journal={The American surgeon},
  year={1988},
  volume={54 6},
  pages={356-60}
}
Full thickness infiltration of the abdominal wall by intraabdominal cancer, especially after effective prior therapy, is frequently considered a sign of inoperability. Such patients are treated with irradiation, chemotherapy, or locally destructive means (laser, cryosurgery) with limited success. Full thickness resection of portions of the abdominal wall… CONTINUE READING