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LNDLega Nazionale Dilettanti
LNDLandscape Design
LNDLymph Node Dissection
LNDLesch-Nyhan Disease
LNDLincoln National Income Fund
LNDLevel of Non-Divergence
LNDLynden, Washington (Border Patrol Station)
LNDLicenciada en Nutrición y Dietética
LNDLow-Noise Band
LNDLocal Number Dialing
LNDLeicester Nottingham and Derby (UK gothic/alternative lifestyle group)
LNDLevel Not Determined (Missouri)
LNDLongnose Dace (fish)
LNDLotus Notes Domino (software)
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Results: In univariate analysis, grade 2-3, tumor size [greater than or equal to]3 cm, deep ([greater than or equal to]50%) myometrial invasion, presence of cervical, adnexal or omental involvement, positive peritoneal cytology, open surgical approach (laparotomy), combined pelvic and paraaortic lymphadenectomy and number of total LNs removed (>30) were found associated with LN involvement.
3%) T1 84 70 T2 (a) 5 6 Nx 28 31 N0 24 17 N1a 37 28 DTC: differentiated thyroid carcinoma; T1-T2, Nx-N1a: pathological staging according to the 7th edition of the AJCC TNM staging system; Nx: no palpable cervical lymph node or no lymphadenectomy.
There is an increasing emphasis on surgico-pathologic staging, which includes the need for pelvic and para-aortic lymphadenectomy to accurately identify lymphatic spread.
The study concluded that it would be reasonable to avoid lymphadenectomy in patients with clinically localized RCC for whom frozen section analysis of enlarged LNs revealed no evidence of malignancy.
3 (450; 250-1000) Transperitoneal 9 Extraperitoneal 11 Lymphadenectomy (+) 7 Lymphadenectomy (-) 13 No nerve sparing 11 Nerve sparing (UL) 4 Nerve sparing (BL) 5 Simultaneous surgery Bilateral JJ catheter 1 Herniorrhaphy 2 Intraoperative complications Rectal perforation 1 Bladder perforation 1 Group 2 (n = 20) Operation time * (min) 210.
He and his associates assessed 3,235 consecutive patients who had a radical prostatectomy and bilateral lymphadenectomy for prostate cancer between 1972 and 2005 in the University of Southern California /Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center database.
This finding is important during axillary lymphadenectomy and other surgical related operation.
Administration of the original vaccine to 214 patients with clinically evident stage III melanoma after lymphadenectomy resulted in a five-year over survival of 45%.
Complete resection of the tumor without lymphadenectomy is recommended since lymph node metastases are rare.
The extent of lymph node evaluation is controversial as full lymphadenectomy carries risks, including increased operative time, blood loss, nerve injury, and lymphedema.