Metastatic colorectal cancer – case report
MUDr. Stanislav Batko
Onkologická klinika 2. LF UK a FN Motole, Praha
Metastatic colorectal cancer is still a challenge for physicians. Various modalities are used in its treatment, including chemotherapy, targeted treatment and local methods of intervention, including surgical resection, radiofrequency ablation, radiotherapy, chemoand radioembolization. There are relatively loose recommendations for systemic treatment, the involvement of other treatment modalities is defined much more freely, as well as applied in practice. A proactive approach combining the maximum use of systemic treatment, together with the agile application of local methods, can lead to a significant benefit in the overall survival of patients through generally available methods.
metastatic colorectal cancer, surgical treatment, wild-type RAS, trifluridine/tipiracil, G-CSF, anti-EGFR
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