Management of Soft Tissue Sarcomas
Soft tissue sarcomas are difficult to manage, having a high incidence of recurrence and systemic spread following indiscriminate local resection. Recent trends in the management of soft tissue sarcomas reflect a better understanding of the biologic behavior of these neoplasms plus a more structured and aggressive surgical approach.
KeywordsSoft Tissue Sarcoma Limb Salvage Local Tumor Control Aggressive Surgical Approach Limb Salvage Surgery
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