Outcomes after resection of synchronous or metachronous hepatic and pulmonary colorectal metastases.

@article{Miller2007OutcomesAR,
  title={Outcomes after resection of synchronous or metachronous hepatic and pulmonary colorectal metastases.},
  author={George Miller and Peter Biernacki and Nancy E. Kemeny and Mithat Gonen and Robert S. Downey and William R. Jarnagin and Michael Ian D'Angelica and Yuman Fong and Leslie Harold Blumgart and Ronald P. DeMatteo},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Surgeons},
  year={2007},
  volume={205 2},
  pages={231-8}
}
BACKGROUND Surgical resection of isolated hepatic or pulmonary colorectal metastases prolongs survival in selected patients. But the benefits of resection and appropriate selection criteria in patients who develop both hepatic and pulmonary metastases are ill defined. STUDY DESIGN Data were prospectively collected from 131 patients with colorectal cancer who underwent resection of both hepatic and pulmonary metastases over a 20-year period. Median followup was 6.6 years from the time of… CONTINUE READING

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