Morbidity and mortality after non‐curative gastrectomy for gastric cancer in elderly patients

@article{Shim2012MorbidityAM,
  title={Morbidity and mortality after non‐curative gastrectomy for gastric cancer in elderly patients},
  author={Jung Ho Shim and Kyung Jai Ko and Han Mo Yoo and Seong Il Oh and Dong Jin Jeon and Hae Myung Jeon and Cho Hyun Park and Kyo Young Song},
  journal={Journal of Surgical Oncology},
  year={2012},
  volume={106}
}
This study examined the surgical outcome of non‐curative resection in elderly patients with gastric cancer. 
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