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April 2002 - Volume 235 - Issue 4
pp: 449-606

Rates of Circumferential Resection Margin Involvement Vary Between Surgeons and Predict Outcomes in Rectal Cancer Surgery

Birbeck, Kevin F.; Macklin, Christopher P.; Tiffin, Nicholas J.; More

Annals of Surgery. 235(4):449-457, April 2002.

Prognostic Evaluation of Stage B Colon Cancer Patients is Improved by an Adequate Lymphadenectomy: Results of a Secondary Analysis of a Large Scale Adjuvant Trial

Prandi, Mario; Lionetto, Rita; Bini, Antonio; More

Annals of Surgery. 235(4):458-463, April 2002.





TP53 Genotype but Not p53 Immunohistochemical Result Predicts Response to Preoperative Short-Term Radiotherapy in Rectal Cancer

Kandioler, Daniela; Zwrtek, Ronald; Ludwig, Carmen; More

Annals of Surgery. 235(4):493-498, April 2002.

Quantitative Detection of Disseminated Free Cancer Cells in Peritoneal Washes With Real-Time Reverse Transcriptase–Polymerase Chain Reaction: A Sensitive Predictor of Outcome for Patients With Gastric Carcinoma

Kodera, Yasuhiro; Nakanishi, Hayao; Ito, Seiji; More

Annals of Surgery. 235(4):499-506, April 2002.

Accuracy of Multiphasic Helical Computed Tomography and Intraoperative Sonography in Patients Undergoing Orthotopic Liver Transplantation for Hepatoma: What is the Truth?

Zacherl, Johannes; Pokieser, Peter; Wrba, Fritz; More

Annals of Surgery. 235(4):528-532, April 2002.

Impaired Monocyte IL-12 Production Before Surgery as a Predictive Factor for the Lethal Outcome of Postoperative Sepsis

Weighardt, Heike; Heidecke, Claus-Dieter; Westerholt, Alexandra; More

Annals of Surgery. 235(4):560-567, April 2002.






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