Outcome of surgical resection of second-time locally recurrent rectal cancer.

  title={Outcome of surgical resection of second-time locally recurrent rectal cancer.},
  author={Deena P Harji and Peter Michael Sagar and Kristen Boyle and Sushil Maslekar and Bridgett Griffiths and Daniel R. McArthur},
  journal={The British journal of surgery},
  volume={100 3},
BACKGROUND Locally recurrent rectal cancer relapses in the pelvis in up to 60 per cent of patients following resection. This study assessed the surgical and oncological outcomes of patients who underwent surgery for re-recurrent rectal cancer. METHODS Patients who underwent second-time resection of locally recurrent rectal cancer between 2001 and 2010 were eligible for inclusion. Data were collected on demographics, presentation of disease, preoperative staging imaging, adjuvant therapy… CONTINUE READING
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