Lung metastasectomy: Long-term outcomes in an 18-year cohort from a single center
Surgical Oncology, 08/10/2012
Corona–Cruz JF et al. – On multivariate analysis, factors associated with a poor overall survival were disease–free interval (DFI)<6months and incomplete resection. Independent prognostic factors associated with better survival were DFI>6months and complete resection. Size and number of metastases as well as re–do metastasectomy were not associated with worse survival.