Surgical management of metastases to the lung.


Our experience with 234 patients having resection of metastatic lesions of lung is reviewed. Most bilateral lung metastases were removed though a median sternotomy. Exploration of the contralateral lung with simultaneous removal of all lesions is possible through such an incision, and moreover, it appears to give less pain postoperatively. The over-all… (More)


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