"Curative intent" = "Lymphadenectomy" --> "LAR" ?

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"Curative intent" = "Lymphadenectomy" --> "LAR" ?

Postby Peregrine » Mon Feb 12, 2024 12:34 pm

JP66 wrote:... The good news was that the metastasis was restricted to two left side Common Iliac lymph nodes...

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    Para-aortic lymph nodes (PALN)
    :arrow: Common iliac lymph nodes(CILN)
    Exterior iliac lymph nodes (EILN)
    Interior iliac lymph nodes (IILN)

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"Curative intent" = "Remote Lymph Node Resection"??

Management of Surgically Accessible Lymph Nodes Beyond Normal Resection Planes

Abstract

This article discusses the management of isolated metastatic lymph nodes for colon and rectal cancer. There are traditionally significant differences in how certain regions of lymph nodes for colon and rectal cancer are managed in the East and West. This has led to the development of the lateral lymph node dissection for rectal cancer and extended lymphadenectomy techniques for colon cancer. This article will evaluate the literature on these techniques and what the surgical and oncological outcomes are at this time. In addition, colon and rectal cancers can occasionally have isolated distant lymph node metastases. These would traditionally be treated as systemic disease with chemotherapy. There is consideration though that these could be treated as similar to isolated liver or lung metastases which have been shown to be able to be treated surgically with good oncological results. The literature for these isolated distant lymph node metastases will be reviewed and treatment options available will be discussed

Source: https://www.thieme-connect.com/products/ejournals/abstract/10.1055/s-0043-1761474

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