Short-term results of surgical treatment of retroperitoneal tumours

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Retroperitoneal tumours arre rare and compose 0,01-0,3% of all tumours types. The basic method of retroperitoneal tumour treatment is surgical resection which is carried out in 43-95% of patients. In this study we present analysis of surgical treatment of 104 patients with retroperitoneal tumours. Complited resection was made in 87 patients (83,7%); partial surgical resection - in 7 patients (6,7%), explorative laparotomyes have been executed in 8 patients (7,7%), symptomatic operations - 2 patients (1,9%). Operability percentage - 88,1%. Resectobility - 90,3%. Level of an intraoperation and postoperation complications was 29,8% and hospital lethality - 4,2%. Analysis of surgical treatment direct resultstestifies to high indicators of operability of patients with retroperitoneal tumours resectobility. Surgical treatment of retroperitoneal tumours isn't accompanied with high frequency of postoperative complications and lethality.

V P Kharchenko

Russian Scientific Center of Roentgenoradiology (RSCRR)

Email: mailbox@rncrr.rssi.ru <mailto:mailbox@rncrr.rssi.ru>
Russian Scientific Center of Roentgenoradiology (RSCRR)

V D Chhikvadze

Russian Scientific Center of Roentgenoradiology (RSCRR)

Email: vdc@mail.ru <mailto:vdc@mail.ru>
Russian Scientific Center of Roentgenoradiology (RSCRR)

A A Abdullaeva

Russian Scientific Center of Roentgenoradiology (RSCRR)

Email: azi37@yandex.ru
Russian Scientific Center of Roentgenoradiology (RSCRR)

A M Sdvizhkov

Physician oncological dispensary № 1, Moskow

Physician oncological dispensary № 1, Moskow

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