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Die nichtoperative Behandlung von Patienten mit diffuser Lungenmetastasierung

  • I. Günther
  • M. Flentje

Zusammenfassung

Im Verlauf einer Tumorerkrankung ist der Nachweis einer Metastasierung entscheidend für die weitere individuelle Therapiestrategie und die prognostische Einschätzung der Grundkrankheit. Die Lungenmetastasierung ist in der Regel Ausdruck der Tumorgeneralisation.

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  • M. Flentje

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