surgical oncology

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surgical oncology

The field of surgery dedicated to the operative ablation of cancer, generally understood to mean solid tumours (i.e., anything but lymphoproliferative disorders, such as lymphomas).

surgical oncology

Oncological surgery The field of surgery dedicated to the operative ablation of neoplasia, generally, 'solid' tumors
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For example, many women with breast cancer opt to have their oncological surgery and undergo ovarian stimulation during the 4- to 6-week recovery period before initiating chemotherapy.
1] Department of Internal Medicine and Nephrology, [2] Department of Oncological Surgery, and 3 Clinical Investigation Laboratory, Humanitas Clinical and Research Center, Milan, Italy.
Atlas of laparoscopic and robotic urologic oncological surgery.
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1) Division of Occupational Medicine and (2) Laboratory of Pathology and Cytodiagnostics, Salvatore Maugeri Foundation, Work and Rehabilitation, IRCCS, Scientific Institute of Pavia, Pavia, Italy; (3) Division of Oncological Surgery and Medical Technology, S.
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of Southampton, UK) assemble a group of general and specialist surgeons from the UK, Germany, and India for 15 articles on recent advances in general, gastrointestinal, vascular, breast, and oncological surgery.
The article stated: "In this retrospective review of 50 microvascular free tissue transfers (FTT's), we found that the use of microvascular coupling of FTT reconstruction following head and neck oncological surgery is equivalent to, or better than, sutured anastomoses.