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Prinzipien der Chirurgie maligner Tumoren

  • J. Tonak
  • F. P. Gall
  • W. Hohenberger
  • P. Hermanek
  • E. Mühe
  • B. Angermann
Part of the Die Praxis der Chirurgie book series (PRAXCHIR)

Zusammenfassung

Die Chirurgie steht im Mittelpunkt aller therapeutischen Bemühungen um das Krebsproblem. Nach Schätzungen (Linder 1978) werden 80–90% der Krebskranken operiert, von denen wiederum ca. 40% durch die Chirurgie auf Dauer geheilt werden. Voraussetzung für den Erfolg einer chirurgischen Krebsbehandlung ist das Vorliegen eines lo-koregional begrenzten Tumorgeschehens. Hiermit stellt sich die Frage nach der Radikalität eines chirurgischen Eingriffs. Nach K.H. Bauer (1963) ist ein Eingriff nur dann radikal, wenn keine einzige Krebszelle im Organismus zurückbleibt. Diese Frage kann weder ein Chirurg noch ein Pathologe während oder unmittelbar nach der Operation beantworten. Erst nach Jahren der Beobachtung kann hierzu definitiv Stellung genommen werden (Hamelmann 1978).

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