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COA 2022: Surgical Resection Type and Adjuvant Therapies on Survival of Primary Spine Sarcomas

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June 2022

COA 2022: Surgical Resection Type and Adjuvant Therapies on Survival of Primary Spine Sarcomas

Vol: 255| Issue: 3| Number:35| ISSN#: 2564-2537
Study Type:Meta analysis
OE Level Evidence:N/A
Journal Level of Evidence:N/A

Primary sarcomas of the spine: a systematic review and pooled data

Contributing Authors:
P Kooner J Gaffar M Rizkallah R Turcotte A Aoude

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Eleven studies including 150 spinal sarcoma patients were included in this meta-analysis assessing the effect of surgical resection types and adjuvant therapies on patient survival. The outcomes of interest included overall mortality/survival and local recurrence. Significantly greater overall survival was observed with en-bloc resection vs. piecemeal resection for spine chondrosarcomas and Ewing ...

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