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The Association of Preoperative Anemia and the Postoperative Course and Oncological Outcome in Patients Undergoing Rectal Cancer Surgery A Multicenter Snapshot Study

Video Author: Bruns, Emma R.J., M.D
Published on: 07.01.2019
Associated with: Diseases of the Colon & Rectum. 62(7):823-831, July 2019

Anemia is associated with overall survival. It might be considered as one of the warning signs in identifying high-risk patients.

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