Good endoscopic equipment, endoscopic surgery, and good tissue samples are key to diagnosing and managing esophageal conditions.
These interventional oncology strategies are a new and promising group of minimally invasive alternatives to surgical resection of tumors.
Interventional oncology strategies are a new and promising group of minimally invasive alternatives to surgical resection of tumors.
Using a minimally-invasive technique can be just as effective in treating kidney cancer as surgery, according to a study published in Cancer (2010 April 14 [Epub ahead of print]).
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