Rehabilitation and palliation of ovarian cancer patients
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The chief aim of all medical, potentially curative follow-up care measures (recurrence prevention, early detection and therapy of disease recurrence) is to lengthen survival time (fig. 1.1). The cancer disease thus represents the focus of curative follow-up care.
KeywordsOvarian Cancer Bowel Obstruction Ovarian Carcinoma Ovarian Cancer Patient Short Bowel Syndrome
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