Impact of multimodal therapy in locally recurrent rectal cancer. BJS 2016; 103: 753-762.
Published: 2nd March 2016
Authors: Y. N. You, J. M. Skibber, C.‐Y. Hu, C. H. Crane, P. Das, E. S. Kopetz et al.
The practice of salvaging recurrent rectal cancer has evolved. The aim of this study was to define the evolving salvage potential over time among patients with locally recurrent disease, and to identify durable determinants of long‐term success.
The study included consecutive patients with recurrent rectal cancer undergoing multimodal salvage with curative intent between 1988 and 2012. Predictors of long‐term survival were defined by Cox regression analysis and compared over time. Re‐recurrence and subsequent treatments were evaluated.
After multidisciplinary evaluation of 229 patients, salvage therapy with curative intent included preoperative chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy (73·4 per cent; with 41·3 per cent undergoing repeat pelvic irradiation), surgical salvage resection with or without intraoperative irradiation (36·2 per cent), followed by postoperative adjuvant chemotherapy (38·0 per cent). Multivisceral resection was undertaken in 47·2 per cent and bone resection in 29·7 per cent. The
The long‐term salvage potential for recurrent rectal cancer improved significantly over time, with the introduction of an individualized treatment algorithm of multimodal treatments and surgical salvage. Durable predictors of long‐term success were
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