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Surgical Resection for Primary Rectal Lymphoma: Support for Local Excision?

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Summary of "Surgical Resection for Primary Rectal Lymphoma: Support for Local Excision?"

Primary rectal lymphoma is an uncommon and heterogeneous malignancy. Because of its rarity, few data exist to guide treatment or counsel patients. We present the largest series to date of patients undergoing nonpalliative surgery for rectal lymphoma. We hypothesize that there will be no difference in overall survival between patients undergoing local resection (LR) or radical resection (RR).

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Name: The Journal of surgical research
ISSN: 1095-8673
Pages: 189-195

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