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  • Cerebellopontine angle schwannomas arising from the intermediate nerve: a scoping review. [Review]
    Neurosurg Rev 2019Constanzo F, Teixeira BCA, … Ramina R
  • Intermediate nerve schwannomas (INS) are extremely rare lesions in literature. They have been described mimicking facial nerve schwannomas, but not vestibular schwannomas (VS). We aimed to review the previously published cases, as well as the evidence to believe that they are far more common, though usually misdiagnosed as facial or VS. We performed a review of PubMed/Medline and Embase of "inter…
  • Urgent Surgery for Gastric Adenocarcinoma: A Study of the National Cancer Database. [Journal Article]
    J Surg Res 2019; 245:619-628Fisher BW, Fluck M, … Arora TK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Urgent surgery for gastric cancer is associated with significantly worse outcomes than elective surgery. Stable patients requiring urgent surgical resection for gastric cancer may benefit from referral to a high-volume center for resection by an experienced surgeon. Patients undergoing urgent resection for gastric cancer should be referred to surgical and medical oncologists to ensure they receive appropriate adjuvant therapy and surveillance.
  • Let us not underestimate the long-term risk of SPLC after surgical resection of NSCLC. [Journal Article]
    Lung Cancer 2019; 137:23-30Leroy T, Monnet E, … Westeel V
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study using appropriate statistical methods to consider competing risks showed that after complete NSCLC resection, the cumulative incidence function of SPLC was high, with patients receiving postoperative thoracic radiotherapy at higher risk. These data support the need for life-long follow-up of patients who undergo NSCLC surgery, with the objective of screening for SPLC.
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