Radical resection

Radical resection

Surgical resection that takes the blood supply and lymph system supplying the organ along with the organ.
Mentioned in: Colon Cancer
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Although radical resection with a margin of healthy bone has been shown to lower recurrence rates, (11) a partial resection should be considered for facial hemangiomas because of the cosmesis factor.
Management by radical resection has led to an improved cure rate but recurrences still occur and may present many years after primary surgery.
The patient underwent a radical resection of the left scapula as well as the proximal humerus including the deltoid, rotator cuff muscles, and portions of the trapezius and the clavicle instead of a forequarter amputation.
Over the last 20 years, there have been few improvements in adjuvant treatment after radical resection of gastric cancers.
A radical resection of the tibia with reconstruction by an allograft and prosthetic device was performed.
Radical resection of the wound often precludes the need for further antibiotic therapy.
Radical resection of the diaphragm in ovarian cancer
This may support the theory that LELC of the urinary tract requires radical resection of the entire upper tract urothelium and is, therefore, related to urothelial carcinoma.
He subsequently developed a recurrence of the primary 3 months later and underwent further surgery, which involved a radical resection, a superficial parotidectomy, a modified radical neck dissection, and latissimus dorsi flap reconstruction.
2) Radical resection is advocated for localized lesions, although this does not guarantee freedom from recurrences.
The treatment of choice is radical resection with clear surgical margins.
1,2] The finding of a myelophthisic process in a patient undergoing radical resection for localized rectal carcinoma may, therefore, direct consideration toward a primary hematologic malignant neoplasm or a second malignant neoplasm metastatic to the bone marrow.