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2020-10-07 Research Article


Anti COVID-19 immunity developed as assessed in a community-based oncological center

Teresa Guix, Marco Panichi, Ines Guix, Iván García, Carles Llebaría, Nicolás Achkar, Luis Quinzaños, Hamza Sentisi, Jose Luís Enríquez, Ana Galván, Cristina Pérez-Sánchez, Víctor González, Carmen León and Benjamín Guix*


Introduction: Serology (antibody) tests for the SARS-CoV-2 have been proposed as an instrument to inform health authorities about immunization during the COVID-19 pandemic. As there is a significant part of the population that may have some degree of immunity, it is of great …

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2020-05-25 Case Report


Vaginal embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma in young woman: A case report and literature review

Issam Lalya*, Sana Laatitioui, Ismail Essadi, Abdelhamid El Omrani and Mouna Khouchani


Rhabdomyosarcomas are the most common soft tissue tumors of childhood. They are characterized by their poor prognosis. Vaginal location is very rare after puberty and exceptional in the post menopause. Treatment is based on several therapeutic measures combining neoadjuvant c…

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2020-04-30 Research Article


3D software reconstruction for planning robotic assisted radical nephrectomy with level III caval thrombus

Marcos Tobias-Machado*, Ricardo JF de Bragança, Rafael Tourinho-Barbosa Aurus M Dourado and Hamilton C Zampolli

Inferior vena cava (IVC) involvement by intraluminal extension of tumor is infrequent, occuring in 4% to 10% of patients with renal cell carcinoma (RCC) [1-5]. Based on the cephalic extension of the thrombus, Mayo [6] described a classification of inferior vena cava thrombi in 4 categories, which…

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2020-04-30 Research Article


“Maximum Preservation Radical Prostatectomy”: Oncological, functional and other contemporary aspects of Retzius Sparing Robotic Assisted Radical Prostatectomy

Marcos Tobias-Machado*, Edgar O Sarmento, Igor Nunes-Silva and Hamilton C Zampolli

The surgical treatment of prostate cancer (PCa) had as its initial milestone the first prostatectomy, performed by H.H. Young at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, in 1904 [1], however, the procedure only reached a fundamental role after 1982, based on a better understanding and description of the male …

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2020-04-29 Research Article


Electrocoagulation with greased lidocaine gel 2% as hemostatic maneuver after minimally invasive partial nephrectomy: Experimental and preliminary clinical results

Vinicius JA Panico, Lucila H Simardi, Eliney F Faria, Rene Sotelo, Ruben Suarez, Diego Abreu, Andre Meirelles, Edison Schneider, Hamilton C Zampolli and Marcos Tobias-Machado*


Methods: Experimental phase: Performed a partial nephrectomy off clamp in pig model followed by cauterization of lidocaine gel 2% with different power (control, 30W, 50W and 100W) in the kidney resection bed to evaluate efficacy and deep injury extension.

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2020-04-23 Research Article


Minimally invasive gracilis muscle transposition: Initial report

Tobias Machado* and Anis Taha

Rectourethral fistula (RUF) is a divesting complication after prostate cancer treatment. The RUF incidence after radical prostatectomy is about 0.5% to 2%, [1,2]. Radiotherapy, criotherapy and high intensity focused ultrasound are other more severe causes [3,4].

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2020-03-31 Editorial


Palliative care approach to oncological patient – Main points

Muhammed Emin Göktepe, Onur Öztürk* and Mustafa Ünal

Dear Editor

According to the World Health Organization definition, palliative care is an approach aimed at increasing the quality of life of patients and their relatives by addressing physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs and treating conditions early, such as pain while they are…

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2020-03-19 Review Article


Vegetables associated with reduced risk of cancer

Robert Skopec*


The present study aimed to investigate and identify the association between the intake of allium vegetables and colorectal cancer (CRC) in population. A hospital‐based matched case‐control study was conducted between June 2009 and November 2011 in three hospitals. Eight h…

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2020-02-25 Research Article


A retrospective study for Colorectal Cancer in Vlore, Albania-suggestions for further implications

Fatjona Kamberi* and Jerina Jaho


Objective: Colorectal cancer is one of the most commonly occurring cancers in men and women worldwide as well as one of the most common causes of death from cancer. It has a higher prevalence in men than women. The treatment of colorectal cancer (surgically o…

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2020-02-18 Short Review


Chlorhexidine and oral cancer: A short review

Shrivardhan R Kalghatgi*, Mahesh R Khairnar and Tanushri Dalvi

Owing to the ever westernizing lifestyles in developing countries like India, the escalation of oral cancer patients are in need of urgent plan of action. With tobacco being the commonest cause for causation of oral cancer, Global Adult Tobacco Survey, 2016-17 revealed that almost 28% of whole po…

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