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|Title:||Surgery in metastatic trophoblastic disease|
|Authors:||Ratnam, S.S. |
|Source:||Ratnam, S.S., Ilancheran, A. (1982). Surgery in metastatic trophoblastic disease. Seminars in Oncology 9 (2) : 221-223. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||The mainstay of treatment of metastatic trophoblastic disease is chemotherapy with meticulous follow-up using the most sensitive assays for hCG available. However, in selected cases, surgery has a definite place. It is important that the decision to operate should not be unduly prolonged, since a prolonged delay in the institution of such therapy carries a poorer prognosis. The combination of surgery and chemotherapy to appropriately selected patients gives a survival of more than 70%.|
|Source Title:||Seminars in Oncology|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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