regional recurrence

regional recurrence

Oncology The appearance of the signs and Sx of malignancy at a site near–for lymphomas, on the same side of the diaphragm–CA that had been treated and responded to therapy. See Relapse.
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Patient characteristics (age, menopausal status), pathological data (tumor size, LN staging, grade, receptor status), systemic treatment (hormonal, chemotherapy), and clinical outcome (chest wall recurrence, regional recurrence and distal metastatic progression) were analyzed.
Furthermore, a very thorough follow-up with the timely recognition and diagnosis of ACC is necessary to improve outcomes and limit both regional recurrence and distant metastasis.
According to a large number of studies, local recurrence occurs in 25% to 30% of all cases of MCC, regional recurrence in 52% to 59% of cases and metastatic disease in 34% to 36% of all cases.
Despite improvements in surgical instruments and techniques, the prognosis is not yet satisfactory because of the high incidence of local or regional recurrence and distant metastasis.
Goodman, "The results of radiation therapy for isolated local regional recurrence after mastectomy," International Journal of Radiation Oncology * Biology * Physics, vol.
Level VI) is high, routine elimination of regional lymph nodes can reduce local regional recurrence rate.
Neck recurrence in DTC is not an uncommon scenario with up to 30% regional recurrence reported in the literature (18).
One with extracapsular nodal disease, developed regional recurrence at 7 months and the other patient retroviral positivity who underwent radical local excision remained disease-free till last follow-up (39 months).
Patient 1 experienced a regional recurrence in the right side of the neck 4 months postoperatively.
Of note, only a single regional recurrence was seen after the initial 5 years of follow-up, and it occurred in the group that did not have ALND.
Mean disease free survival was 13 months; 11 months in neck dissection arm and observation arm respectively; 2 patients had regional recurrence in observation arm at 17, 18 months detected on ultrasound confirmed with USG-guided FNAC and no regional recurrence in neck dissection arm.

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