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Cryosurgery of Advanced External Cancer

  • J. C. Almeida Gonçalves

Abstract

Our criterion to consider a cancer as advanced is not primarily related to its size, but to the degree of difficulty or impossibility of eradicating it. In fact, location, histological type and degree of local or metastatic spread to other anatomical structures are more important than the actual dimension.

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Skin Cancer Advanced Cancer Conventional Surgery Penile Cancer Lichen Sclerosus 
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