Lung cancer • 6: The case for limited surgical resection in non-small cell lung cancer

Sugarbaker, D.J.
July 2003
Thorax;Jul2003, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p639
Academic Journal
Discusses the considerations in choosing the resection approach to non-small cell lung cancer. Difference between conservative and standard anatomical resection; Need to consider the size and biology of the tumor; Factors which affect the survival following resection.


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