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Hepatic Colorectal Metastases: The Surgeon Oncologist is More Relevant than Ever

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Bryan Clary, MD (bio)

May 6 2009

54 minutes

433 views

Despite advances in the systemic treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer to the liver, resection continues to be critical to the prospects of long-term survival. Surgeons involved in the care of these patients must participate not only in the technical aspects of their treatments, but in the complex decisions with respect to the role and proper timing of systemic and surgical therapies. Dr. Clary presents a discussion of the role of the surgeon as "oncologist" in the management of these patients.

Partner:

Department of Surgery

Series:

Department of Surgery Grand Rounds

Categories:

Oncology, Surgery

Tags:

Cancer Treatments, Chemotherapy, Colorectal Cancer, Hepatectomy, Hepatic Resection, Surgeons
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