locoregional

locoregional

/lo·co·re·gion·al/ (lo″ko-re´jun-al) limited to a localized area, as contrasted with systemic or metastatic.
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For the Program Sensible make a tender process conducted for the acquisitiona research company / group which will generate insights into the follow-up todetection of locoregional recurrence in breast cancer patients in the presentcare practice.
The dual targeting resulting from the in-tumor activation of the cancer-selective conjugate promises to provide oncologists and surgeons with a new therapeutic approach to achieve effective locoregional tumor control with minimal damage to surrounding healthy tissues and structures.
While the gold-standard treatments have yielded high locoregional control rates (67 to 95% for T1 tumors and 50 to 81% for T2 disease), quality of life can remain adversely affected.
For women with no positive nodes, radiotherapy had no significant effect on locoregional recurrence, overall recurrence, or breast cancer morality, but did however increase overall mortality (RR, 1.
After setting out the principles of locoregional therapy, the studies cover the oncology of the gastrointestinal system, the genitourinary and gynecologic system, the head and neck, the thorax, and musculoskeletal system.
PET/CT has a low sensitivity for locoregional lymph node metastases, but is valuable for the detection of distant metastases (M staging), as this is crucial for the differentiation between locoregional and systemic disease (Fig.
Basic goal for treatment is locoregional control and prevention or treatment of distant metastases (3).
Axillary adenopathy can be caused by either locoregional or systemic pathology.
Recurrence rates were about 40% and the majority of relapses were locoregional.
For differentiation of samples from patients with locoregional breast cancer from those from healthy donors, the odds ratio was 1.
Locoregional control of treated lesions was observed in 75% of patients.
To improve locoregional tumor control and survival in patients with locally advanced head and neck cancer (HNC), therapy is intensified using altered fractionation radiation therapy or concomitant chemotherapy.