radical treatment

radical treatment

An extensive or complete therapy, such as surgical removal of an entire diseased organ and its associated lymphatic drainage. Alternatives to radical treatment may include observation, palliation, modified procedures, lumpectomies, or conservative treatments.
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There are many different types, the more aggressive cancers will need radical treatment with surgery, chemo and radiotherapy.
In order for the world not to remain the prey of fatal extremism, it is imperative to lay the foundations of a dual treatment -- an instantaneous treatment that eradicates the present reality and a radical treatment that prohibits its recurrence in the future.
If immediate treatment is to repel terrorism militarily, deter it by force, dry up the sources of funding it feeds on and prevent it from being supplied with new elements, still radical treatment remains the most important, because it prevents its re-establishment by eliminating the justification for its existence," advised Aoun.
Radical treatment of block resection is advised by most authors over conservative treatment due to its invasive nature, large size, and recurrence history even though this intervention poses patients post treatment rehabilitation difficulties.
Investigators found the 66--year- old from Llanrhos, near Llandudno, suffered from a form of prostate can- cer that required urgent and radical treatment.
Active monitoring" involved avoiding any immediate therapy and regularly monitoring disease progression so that radical treatment with curative intent could be given if the need arose.
Can radical treatment including a and physical overhaul, help her achieve the
Can a radical treatment plan, including a mental and physical overhaul, help her achieve the impossible?
The patient had received anti-malarial treatment; however, he had not taken radical treatment.
In many cases, men may unnecessarily undergo radical treatment to the prostate, resulting in side effects such as erectile dysfunction and incontinence.
This protocol, although capable of both radical treatment and functional reconstruction, requires accurate selection of indications, adeptness in anatomy and surgical operations, as well as sophisticated apparatus.
Radical treatment such as surgery and radiation for localized prostate cancer may cause significant side effects.