The Authors study the casuistry of the Verona Surgical Clinic concerning the interventions for gastric cancer; they particularly study 35 cases of plurivisceral demolition for neoplasm in advanced phase. After a discussion of the data supplied by the literature; the Authors, as a conclusion, suggest not to consider the overcoming of the gastric barrier in multivisceral sense as a rigid element for the exclusion of these patients from surgery, although they exclude widely demolitive interventions in seriously weakened patients, or in bearers of such spreadings as to involve tremendous operative risks, not rewarded with a satisfactory advantage.

[Surgical therapy of gastric carcinoma in an advanced stage (clinical cases)].

IACONO, Calogero;
1984

Abstract

The Authors study the casuistry of the Verona Surgical Clinic concerning the interventions for gastric cancer; they particularly study 35 cases of plurivisceral demolition for neoplasm in advanced phase. After a discussion of the data supplied by the literature; the Authors, as a conclusion, suggest not to consider the overcoming of the gastric barrier in multivisceral sense as a rigid element for the exclusion of these patients from surgery, although they exclude widely demolitive interventions in seriously weakened patients, or in bearers of such spreadings as to involve tremendous operative risks, not rewarded with a satisfactory advantage.
Aged; Colonic Neoplasms; surgery; Female; Gastrectomy; Humans; Liver Neoplasms; Lymph Node Excision; Male; Middle Aged; Neoplasm Invasiveness; Pancreatic Neoplasms; Splenic Neoplasms; Stomach Neoplasms; mortality/pathology/surgery
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