Persons with more than one glioblastoma tumor upon diagnosis experience significantly worse survival than do patients with a solitary lesion.
Knowing how much time people with pancreatic cancer spend in the hospital or in medical care can help clinicians make treatment recommendations.
Rate of recurrence is significantly lower with marginal excision versus curettage alone.
Re-op is significantly more likely among women with carcinoma in situ versus isolated invasive disease.
Enhanced stromal vascular fraction and platelet-rich plasma grafting maintain volume, 3D contour.
For Medicare beneficiaries, the rate of micrographic surgery for nonmelanoma skin cancer doubled.
Radiation therapy slightly improves survival, but may increase likelihood of eventual mastectomy.
MRI prior to surgery for prostate cancer may help surgeons plan better to spare erectile function, reported researchers at the Annual Meeting of the American Roentegen Ray Society.