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Risikofaktoren intra- und postoperativer Komplikationen in der Chirurgie des Wilms-Tumors

Risikofaktoren intra- und postoperativer Komplikationen in der Chirurgie des Wilms-Tumors Background. Wilms’ tumor is the most com- tients underwent surgery without preopera- 1 Patienten (1,5%) zu finden. mon renal tumor in childhood. Preoperative tive chemotherapy. Complications occurred Die Einteilung der Tumorstadien er- treatment is still under discussion. The aim of in eight patients (15.2%). In two, a the tumor folgte nach dem Staging der NWTS-Stu- this study was to determine, using our own ruptured under surgery, four patients devel- die [9]: 59,1% der Patienten gehörten zum patient collective, the risk factors for and type oped an ileus and two suffered cardiac ar- Stadium 1, 10,6% zum Stadium 2, 7,6% of intraoperative complications which can oc- rest. One patient had postoperative hyperto- zum Stadium 3 und 19,7% zum Stadium 4, cur. In addition, the influence of the surgical nia and another an incisional hernia. All com- procedure and tumor size on the complica- plications occurred with a tumor size >5 cm sowie 3,0% dem Stadium 5 an, wobei alle tions and survival rate was analyzed. or in the patient group without neoadjuvant Patienten mit einem Tumorstadium 4 ei- Methods and materials. A total of 66 pa- chemotherapy. The 10 year survival rate was ne ausschließlich pulmonale Metastasie- tients with Wilms’ http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Der Urologe Springer Journals

Risikofaktoren intra- und postoperativer Komplikationen in der Chirurgie des Wilms-Tumors

Der Urologe , Volume 46 (3) – Dec 20, 2006

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2007 by Springer Medizin Verlag
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Urology
ISSN
0340-2592
eISSN
1433-0563
DOI
10.1007/s00120-006-1287-0
pmid
17237958
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Abstract

Background. Wilms’ tumor is the most com- tients underwent surgery without preopera- 1 Patienten (1,5%) zu finden. mon renal tumor in childhood. Preoperative tive chemotherapy. Complications occurred Die Einteilung der Tumorstadien er- treatment is still under discussion. The aim of in eight patients (15.2%). In two, a the tumor folgte nach dem Staging der NWTS-Stu- this study was to determine, using our own ruptured under surgery, four patients devel- die [9]: 59,1% der Patienten gehörten zum patient collective, the risk factors for and type oped an ileus and two suffered cardiac ar- Stadium 1, 10,6% zum Stadium 2, 7,6% of intraoperative complications which can oc- rest. One patient had postoperative hyperto- zum Stadium 3 und 19,7% zum Stadium 4, cur. In addition, the influence of the surgical nia and another an incisional hernia. All com- procedure and tumor size on the complica- plications occurred with a tumor size >5 cm sowie 3,0% dem Stadium 5 an, wobei alle tions and survival rate was analyzed. or in the patient group without neoadjuvant Patienten mit einem Tumorstadium 4 ei- Methods and materials. A total of 66 pa- chemotherapy. The 10 year survival rate was ne ausschließlich pulmonale Metastasie- tients with Wilms’

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Published: Dec 20, 2006

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