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HIGHLIGHTED ARTICLES FROM ANNALS OF SURGICAL ONCOLOGY

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Complications After Major Surgery for Duodenopancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors in Patients with MEN1: Results from a Nationwide Cohort

Patient Related Prognostic Factors for Anastomotic Leakage Major Complications and Short Term Mortality Following Esophagectomy for Cancer

van Beek, DJ., Nell, S., Vorselaars, W.M.C.M. et al.

https://doi.org/10.1245/s10434-020-09496-1

Citation: van Beek, DJ., Nell, S., Vorselaars, W.M.C.M. et al. Complications After Major Surgery for Duodenopancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors in Patients with MEN1: Results from a Nationwide Cohort. Ann Surg Oncol 28, 4387–4399 (2021).

Synopsis:   The incidence and severity of complications after major duodenopancreatic surgery (i.e., Whipple procedure or total pancreatectomy) for duodenopancreatic neuroendocrine tumors in patients with MEN1 were investigated in a population-based cohort. Major duodenopancreatic surgery in patients with MEN1 is associated with a very high risk of severe complications and cumulative burden of morbidity and should therefore be reserved for a selected subgroup of patients with MEN1-related dpNETs.

Disparities in Breast-Conserving Therapy for Non-Hispanic American Indian/Alaska Native Women Compared with Non-Hispanic White Women

Erdrich, J., Cordova-Marks, F., Monetathchi, A.R. et al.

https://doi.org/10.1245/s10434-021-10730-7

Citation: Erdrich, J., Cordova-Marks, F., Monetathchi, A.R. et al. Disparities in Breast-Conserving Therapy for Non-Hispanic American Indian/Alaska Native Women Compared with Non-Hispanic White Women. Ann Surg Oncol (2021).

Synopsis:  American Indian/Alaska Native women have significantly higher percentage of mastectomy and lower percentage of lumpectomy for early stage breast cancer compared to White women. There were no significant differences in operations for late stage disease, and no differences in radiation.

Disparities in Breast Conserving Therapy for Non Hispanic American Indian Alaska Native Women Compared with Non Hispanic White Women

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