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Dresler CM
Kidney metastases
Chest Surg Clin N Am. 1998 Feb;8(1) :127-9
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Abstract
Renal cell carcinoma is not common malignancy. Unfortunately, it remains difficult to cure, with small improvements being made in chemo/immunotherapeutic areas. Surgery remains the most successful approach for curative treatment in both primary and metastatic disease. Prospective studies are critically needed to definitively determine appropriate prognostic indicators for operation.
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