2007
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-42302007000600024
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Razão entre linfonodos positivos e dissecados como fator prognóstico em câncer de cólon

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“…20,[25][26][27][28] This study further confirms our previous observation that current stage III colon cancer patients determined by AJCC TNM staging system represent a heterogeneous group. 20 Our results pertaining to LODDS are also consistent with those reported in the breast cancer research, i.e., LODDS have a better prognostic effect than N stage.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
“…20,[25][26][27][28] This study further confirms our previous observation that current stage III colon cancer patients determined by AJCC TNM staging system represent a heterogeneous group. 20 Our results pertaining to LODDS are also consistent with those reported in the breast cancer research, i.e., LODDS have a better prognostic effect than N stage.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
“…Trufelli et al47 evaluated the prognostic value of the ratio between positive and total dissected lymph nodes in patients with colon cancer who underwent primary tumor surgical resection and conclude that in the limited retrospective series studied, the ratio between positive and dissected lymph nodes was not independently associated with overall survival among patients. Battaglini et al48 examined the effects of an individualized exercise intervention on body composition in breast cancer patients undergoing treatment and conclude that the results suggest that exercise emphasizing resistance training promotes positive changes in body composition and strength in breast cancer patients undergoing treatment., Saad et al49 surveyed predictors of quality-of-life improvement following pulmonary resection due to lung cancer and found that the predictors that positively affected quality of life were better forced vital capacity, and six-minute walking test, as well as less extensive lung resection.…”
Section: Oncologymentioning
confidence: 99%