Long-term survival with surgery for metachronous retroperitoneal lymph node and pancreatic metastases after curative resection of rectal cancer: a case report

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BACKGROUND The possible benefits of the surgical resection of multiple metastases in rare sites from colorectal cancer (CRC) are still unclear. Therefore, more cases are needed to investigate the surgical outcomes of these diseases. A very rare case in which the simultaneous resection of both the metachronous retroperitoneal lymph node and pancreatic… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s40792-016-0177-y

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@inproceedings{Hino2016LongtermSW, title={Long-term survival with surgery for metachronous retroperitoneal lymph node and pancreatic metastases after curative resection of rectal cancer: a case report}, author={Hitoshi Hino and Hiroyasu Kagawa and Yusuke Kinugasa and Akio Shiomi and Tomohiro Yamaguchi and Yushi Yamakawa and Masakatsu Numata and Teiichi Sugiura and K. Uesaka}, booktitle={Surgical case reports}, year={2016} }