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Minerva Endocrinologica 2001 December;26(4):285-8

language: Italian

Role of radio-giuded surgery with 111In-octreotide in the treatment of thoracic neoplasms

Santini M., Rambaldi P. F., Di Lieto E., Cuccurullo V., Vicidomini G., Di Crescenzo V. G., Mansi L., Pastore V.


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The study evaluates the role of radio-guided surgery (RGS) with 111In-octreotide in the treatment of lung neoplasms. RGS with octreotide appears to be useful in surgery, above all during the intraoperative staging of the tumour; it can define with greater precision the extent of the resections extended towards the lung wall and ensure a radical approach in minimal lung resections.

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