Linfadenectomía pélvica ilio-obturadora por laparoscopia en el cáncer de próstata

Published on Jan 1, 2010in Urología Colombiana
César Augusto Andrade Serrano1
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Carlos Eduardo Hernández García2
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+ 1 AuthorsJuan Ignacio Caicedo Cárdenas1
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Abstract
Resumen es: Objetivo: Reportar las linfadenectomia pelvicas por laparoscopia en cancer de prostata realizadas en el Hospital Central de la Policia desde Enero 2004 h...
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Resumen Objetivo Determinar la frecuencia de compromiso ganglionar en pacientes con adenocarcinoma de prostata clinicamente localizado llevados a prostatectomia radical y linfadenectomia pelvica extendida. Material y metodos Se realizo un estudio observacional prospectivo con 137 pacientes con cancer de prostata clinicamente localizado, de riesgo bajo, intermedio y alto segun la clasificacion de D’Amico. Todos los sujetos fueron llevados a prostatectomia radical mas linfadenectomia pelvica exten...
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