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위전절제술 후 문합부에 발생된 암에 대한 수술

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 Surgery for Cancer Arising at an Anastomotic Site after Radical Total Gastrctomy 
 윤호영  ;  이상훈  ;  김충배 
 Journal of the Korean Gastric Cancer Association (대한위암학회지), Vol.7(3) : 174-179, 2007 
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Journal of the Korean Gastric Cancer Association(대한위암학회지)
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Total gastrectomy ; Anastomotic site neoplasm recurrence ; Metachronous cancer
The survival of patients with gastric cancer is improved by early diagnosis and surgical treatment. However, there is no established treatment for locally recurrent cancer or cancer arising at an anastomotic site after total gastrectomy; further, most surgeons are reluctant to resect this type of cancer because of frequent systemic metastasis and there are few competent surgeons who have the skill to perform such an operation. We have experienced recurrent cancer at an anastomotic site after total gastrectomy: one patient had recurrent cancer and two patients had metachronous cancer. All these patients were operated on and the patients were discharged without any complications. All of them are alive at the time of this report. In some cases, good results could be expected for operating on recurrent cancer of an anastomotic site after previous total gastrectomy. So, we present here our experience along with a review of literatures.
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Kim, Choong Bai(김충배)
Yoon, Ho Young(윤호영)
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