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Combined-modality therapy for patients with regional nodal metastases from melanoma

Combined-modality therapy for patients with regional nodal metastases from melanoma,10.1016/j.ijrobp.2005.06.030,International Journal of Radiation On

Combined-modality therapy for patients with regional nodal metastases from melanoma   (Citations: 18)
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    • ...The results of large series including all nodal metastases from melanoma and treated with lymphadenectomy and radiation show a 5-year actuarial regional control rate of 89%, and on multivariate analysis there were no patient or disease characteristics associated with inferior regional control [24]...

    Carlos Conillet al. Loco-regional control after postoperative radiotherapy for patients wi...

    • ...Ballo et al. [32] examined 466 patients with nodal metastatic melanoma who underwent complete node dissection followed by radiotherapy...
    • ...Five-year grade II or III toxicity rates were reportedly 11%, 30%, and 39% for adjuvant radiotherapy involving the cervical, axillary, and inguinal node basins respectively, with symptomatic lymphedema being the most common morbidity [32]...

    Amod A. Sarnaiket al. Multidisciplinary management of special melanoma situations: Oligometa...

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