What kind of patients with lung cancer surgery?

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In general, non small cell lung cancer can be considered resectable non-small cell lung cancer not to advocate surgical resection, and radio

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In general, non small cell lung cancer can be considered resectable non-small cell lung cancer not to advocate surgical resection, and radiotherapy, but not all of the non small cell lung cancer can be resected, in fact whether the surgery except to see whether patients can tolerate surgery against, more clinically mainly depends on the clinical staging. For patients with advanced clinical stage IIIB and stage IV, not considering the surgical resection, with systemic chemotherapy and radiotherapy; for clinical stage I, II, IIIA of the patients general condition can tolerate surgery, try to surgical treatment, after Ia stage surgery without chemotherapy, Ib, II and IIIa patients need for postoperative adjuvant chemotherapy for 3 to 4 cycles, which can significantly prolong the median survival of patients, improve the survival rate of 5 years. In addition, the age should not be deprived of the right to operate the patient's reason, in our clinical work more than 80 years old who underwent surgery. Therefore, as a doctor, as relatives and friends, should not be anyway, so old, there is no sense of treatment, the wrong point of view.

 

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