Multimodality Management of locally Advanced Rectal Cancer

Moore, Harvey G.; Guillem, Jose G.
July 2003
American Surgeon;Jul2003, Vol. 69 Issue 7, p612
Academic Journal
Presents a study which investigated multimodality management of locally advanced rectal cancer. Review of related literature; Methodology; Results and discussion.


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