Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, October 14th, 2005
"When considering the appropriate and effective use of palliative procedures, a surgeon is often confronted with a full range of multidisciplinary treatment options and technical considerations that could potentially relieve some of the symptoms of an advanced malignancy. Practitioners must often deliberate over complex choices that can greatly impact a patient's final days. Advances in the understanding of surgical palliation are reviewed with emphasis on elements required for sound clinical decision making," researchers in the United States reported.
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