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Phase I/II Dose Escalation by Simultaneous Integrated Boost for Mediastinal Lymph Node Recurrence After Radical Surgery of Esophageal Cancer

Summary: Esophageal cancer (EC) ranks the seventh most diagnosed malignant tumor (572,000 new cases) and the sixth cancer-related mortality (509,000 deaths) worldwide in 2018. The incidence of EC is strikingly varying among the regions and sexes. Approximately 70% of EC cases occur in men, and there is a 2-fold to 3-fold difference in incidence and mortality rates between regions worldwide. According to th...

Effects of Oral Aloe Vera Juice on Chemotherapy and Radiation-induced Oral Mucositis and Esophagitis: a Single-blind Randomized Controlled Trial

Summary: As mentioned above, several prior studies have shown the positive effects of oral use of aloe vera juice in managing chemotherapy and radiation-induced oral mucositis and esophagitis. This study aims to add to the existing body of research around aloe vera juice and its effects on oral mucositis and esophagitis. The intention is to determine whether aloe vera juice should be considered as part of ...

Postoperative Pain and Quality of Life for Patients Undergoing Mediastinal Tumor Resection by Subxiphoid and Intercostal VATS:A Randomized Controlled Trial

Summary: Thoracoscopic assisted mediastinal thymectomy is currently one of the most commonly used surgical methods, but there are some deficiencies.Minimally invasive surgery through the subxiphoid approach can achieve a good surgical field of vision. (1) The surgical field is fully exposed. (2) damage to intercostal nerves can be avoided.(3) Operation time, intraoperative blood loss, postoperative Extubat...

Effect of Oscillating Positive Expiratory Pressure Therapy on the Frequency of Pulmonary Atelectasis in Thoracic Cancer Patients Undergoing Chest Surgery

Summary: Lung cancer remains the leading neoplasm in terms of incidence and mortality worldwide, each year approximately 1.6 million deaths are attributable to patients with lung neoplasms. Importantly, among the estimated 1.8 million incident cases, 58% occur among patients in developing countries, with considerable challenges in terms of access to standard of care. Moreover, in Mexico 85% of patients are...

A Prospective, Phase II Study of MR-Linac Guided Adaptive Radiotherapy for Inoperable Mediastinal Tumor

Summary: This Phase II study is to determine the efficacy and safety of MR-Linac Guided Radiotherapy in patients with inoperable mediastinal tumors.

A Prospective Multicenter Comparative Study of the Curative Effect of Extended Thymectomy Performed Through the Subxiphoid VATS Approach With Double Elevation of the Sternum Versus Intercostal VATS Approach

Summary: Extended thymectomy is the main treatment for thymoma and other anterior mediastinal diseases. Video-assisted thoracic surgery(VATS) plays an important role in the surgery of extended thymectomy. Now, VATS thymectomy through intercostal approach has been the commonly used minimally invasive surgical procedure for thymus surgery and is applied worldwide. But the intercostal approach may cause resid...

Comparison of Safety and Efficacy Among 3-Hole Subxiphorid Approach, Trans Sternal Approach and VATS in Surgical Treatment of Anterior Mediastinal Tumor

Summary: Surgery plays an important role in the treatment of anterior mediastinum disease. The major surgical approaches include: cervical approach, mid-sternal approach, cervical combined mid-sternal approach and video-assisted thoracoscopic approach. The cervical approach is rarely adopted because of its restricted visual field. The cervical combined mid-sternal approach have a broader field of vision, g...

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Last Updated: 01/06/2023