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Evaluation of Surgical Therapy in Advanced Thymic Tumors

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Markowiak, Till ; Ansari, Mohammed Khalid Afeen ; Neu, Reiner ; Schalke, Berthold ; Marx, Alexander ; Hofmann, Hans-Stefan ; Ried, Michael
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 12 Jan 2022 10:26


A complete resection of thymic tumors is known to be the most important prognostic factor, but it is often difficult to perform, especially in advanced stages. In this study, 73 patients with advanced thymic tumors of UICC stages III and IV who underwent radical resection were examined retrospectively. The primary endpoint was defined as the postoperative resection status. Secondary endpoints ...


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