alexa Role of Surgery in the Treatment of Radiation-Induced Sarcomas

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Role of Surgery in the Treatment of Radiation-Induced Sarcomas

Patients suffering from radiation-induced sarcomas have a poor prognosis, in keeping with existing literature. Treatment is mainly by surgery aiming at resection with a curative intent. If curative resection is impossible, surgery may still have a role in palliating the patients’ symptoms such as bleeding, fungation, or pain.

Citation: Lau GSK, Chan JYW, Wei WI (2011) Role of Surgery in the Treatment of Radiation-Induced Sarcomas of the Head and Neck. J Cell Sci Ther S2:002

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