Journal Article


T N Walsh
P Naughton
W B Robb


Medicine & Nursing

preoperative care antineoplastic agents surgery therapeutic use drug therapy antimetabolites antineoplastic fluorouracil treatment outcome combined modality therapy neoadjuvant therapy chemotherapy adjuvant radiotherapy adjuvant prospective studies carcinoma squamous cell radiotherapy dosage mortality antineoplastic combined chemotherapy protocols esophageal neoplasms radiotherapy administration dosage cisplatin time factors adenocarcinoma follow up studies randomized controlled trials as topic humans therapy

Neoadjuvant treatment of oesophageal adenocarcinoma. (2004)

Abstract Oesophageal adenocarcinoma is an enigma. It has emerged, seemingly from nowhere, in the late 20th century to dominate the oesophageal oncological landscape. This review will examine whether the current outcome for adenocarcinoma is as good as it gets or whether additional treatment is necessary and if so whether neoadjuvant therapy is effective.
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T N Walsh, P Naughton, W B Robb

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T N Walsh
IT Blanchardstown
Total Publications: 53
W B Robb
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Total Publications: 6