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inoperable

Surgery not suitable for operation without risk, esp (of a malignant tumour) because metastasis has rendered surgery useless
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Videtic and his team evaluated the outcomes of 40 patients with node-negative medically inoperable NSCLC whose primary tumors were greater than 5 cm and who were treated with SBRT between December 2003 and June 2014.
In April 2013, Sirtex announced that it had completed recruitment of patients for SIRFLOX, a 500-patient randomised clinical study that compares the use of SIR-Spheres Y-90 resin microspheres in combination with current first-line chemotherapy to current chemotherapy alone in the treatment of patients recently diagnosed with inoperable mCRC, which is much earlier in the treatment paradigm.
Data Source: Data are from CHEST-1, a trial of 261 patients with inoperable chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension, and PATENT-1, a trial of 443 patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension.
Allen in combination with TMR to treat inoperable heart disease in a 74-year-old female patient, which is discussed in the podcast.
These longer term results from PARTNER's inoperable cohort indicated that TAVR was associated with a continued significant mortality benefit, persistent symptom benefit and a statistically significant reduction in rehospitalizations," said Michael J.
Tests in a French hospital revealed an inoperable brain tumour.
At most, protection against three concurrent inoperable drives is achieved, but at the cost of expensive mirroring.
The patients, average age 65, had lung cancer that was either inoperable or was no longer responding to radiation treatment or chemotherapy.
Completion of a 42,000 square-foot disaster recovery trading facility at Brooklyn's MetroTech Center Means financial traders can be back in operation within 24 hours if their primary trading rooms are rendered inoperable by fire, flood and other disasters.
The study results reported in the article support the use of the BSD-2000 in hyperthermia treatments to make inoperable cancerous tumors removable through surgery.
Surgery is usual for tumours, but if a cancer is small or hidden it can be inoperable - and radiotherapy kills off healthy tissue.
It was only after she was seen at UCLA Medical Center beginning in May 2000 that she was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer.