cytoreduction


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Related to cytoreduction: Neoadjuvant, HIPEC
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cy·to·re·duc·tion

n. destrucción de celulas, gen. células cancerosas clonos por medio de quimioterapia.
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NACT significantly reduces the tumour burden before surgery and allows an easier and optimal cytoreduction. It also decreases the chances of morbidity and amount of blood loss of wide surgical resections and hence reduces intensive care unit (ICU) and hospital stay.4,9-12
The modelling of cytoreduction and PSA effects: Eric Klein
"It's been shown in numerous studies that women who receive their care from gynecologic oncologists have a significantly higher likelihood of receiving NCCN guidelines [recommended] therapy, optimal cytoreduction, and better overall survival," Dr.
Using these aggressive techniques, Sugarbaker et al33 report 5-year survival rates of 86% for patients with complete cytoreduction and adenomucinosis (DPAM), 50% survival rates for patients with hybrid or mucinous carcinoma and complete cytoreduction, and 20% survival rates for patients with incomplete cytoreduction.
Full hematopoietic engraftment after allogeneic bone marrow transplantation without cytoreduction in a child with severe combined immunodeficiency.
Funt, found that CT scans were helpful in determining how to manage a patient who needs secondary cytoreduction for recurrent ovarian cancer.
Incisional injection of liposomal bupivacaine has been associated with a reduction in the rate of ileus from 22% to 11% after complex cytoreduction for ovarian cancer when added to an existing enhanced recovery pathway; rates were only 5% for patients undergoing staging alone.4 These findings may be due to the significant reduction in opioid use that accompanied the use of liposomal bupivacaine.
No clear guidelines exist in the literature regarding proper treatment of stage II or more advanced disease but surgical cytoreduction followed by platinum or taxane- based chemotherapy is recommended.10
Using the BC Cancer Agency Prostate Brachytherapy guidelines during that era, in men with favourable risk disease, only those with large prostate gland volume over 50 cc (as measured by transrectal ultrasound who required AST for prostate gland cytoreduction prior to prostate brachytherapy) were eligible for this study.
Optimal cytoreduction, defined as residual disease smaller than 1 cm, was not significantly different between groups: 71% of the NACT-IDS and 58% of the primary debulking cohorts.
Some authors recommend against radical surgery, whereas others recommend an aggressive cytoreduction procedure, including appendectomy, right hemicolectomy, and extensive peritoneal and pelvic debulking, combined with intraoperative and postoperative chemotherapy.
In vivo cytoreduction studies and cell sorting-enhanced tumor-cell detection in high-risk neuroblastoma patients: implications for leukapheresis strategies.