Limited versus radical surgery for colorectal carcinoma in elderly patients

@article{Hermanek1986LimitedVR,
  title={Limited versus radical surgery for colorectal carcinoma in elderly patients},
  author={P. jun. Hermanek and Martin Dr-Ing Knoch and Annette Altendorf and F. PP. Gall},
  journal={Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology},
  year={1986},
  volume={111},
  pages={S61}
}
The steady increase of the colorectal carcinomas runs parallel to the higher age expectancy. If the colon is seen as an ideal case of surgical ontology, different opinions are necessary at the rectum because of damage to the fascia, multiple lymph tract, as well as the loss of the continence organs. The high deathrate of old people after protectomy through motility disturbances of the intestine, wound-healing impairments of the sacral cavity, urological complications and finally the burden of… CONTINUE READING

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