The Clinicopathological and Prognostic Evaluation of 12 Primary Undifferentiated Small Cell Carcinomas
Undifferentiated small cell carcinoma is a rare disease and, since the first case was reported by McKeown  in 1952, no more than 100 cases have been reported . The prognosis is usually extremely poor, and the best treatment has not yet been established, though several cases that obtained fair prognosis by the multidisciplinary treatment were seen.
KeywordsVascular Invasion Small Cell Carcinoma Multidisciplinary Treatment Prognostic Evaluation Ulcerative Type
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