Published in Cancer Weekly, August 12th, 2003
"Most are treated with a combination of wide local excision and radiotherapy, but a small number -- including proximal, large, high-grade, or recurrent tumors, or those involving major neurovascular structures -- necessitate major amputation including forequarter or hindquarter amputation," wrote M.A. Clark and colleagues, Royal Marsden Hospital, Melanoma & Sarcoma Unit.
"These uncommon operations should remain in the surgical armamentarium for carefully...
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