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Prognostische Aspekte bei lymphogener Metastasierung von Plattenepithelkarzinomen der oberen Luft- und Speisewege

  • J. A. Werner
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Zusammenfassung

Der histologische Nachweis von Lymphknotenmetastasen ist für die Prognose, aber auch für die Wahl eines evtl. ergänzenden Behandlungskonzeptes von immenser Bedeutung. In diesem Sinne wird die selektive Neck dissection von vielen auch als Staging-Verfahren verstanden, um im Falle des Nachweises einer eingetretenen lymphogenen Metastasierung eine postoperative Strahlentherapie zu indizieren.

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