recurrence rate


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recurrence rate

[ri′kər·əns ‚rāt]
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Pregnancy following the myomectomy was a significant negative predictor of tumor recurrence, with a recurrence rate of 31% of the 13 women who became pregnant after surgery, compared with 46% of the 96 who did not.
Local Recurrence of Rectal Cancer by Tumor Staging Recurrence Rate Recurrence Rate Stage With Prior Radiation Without Prior Radiation I 0% 6% II 2% 12% III 10% 25% Note: Based on a median follow-up on 674 patients in a period of 3.
NEW ORLEANS -- The recurrence rate of persistent atrial fibrillation following cardioversion is significantly higher in women than men, Osnat Gurevitz, M.
Between these extremes lies the most common pattern, the cribriform architecture, which is associated with a recurrence rate of 89%.
The recurrence rate is about 50% with nonoperative treatment, but it's difficult to predict who will benefit most from surgery.
The local recurrence rate in women age 40 or younger at the time of breast-conserving therapy was 23% with radiotherapy and 43% without it.
A subgroup analysis of 611 women with good prognoses found local recurrence rates of less than 1% with tamoxifen plus radiation and 6% with tamoxifen alone, compared with a local recurrence rate of 8% in the remaining women with tumors that were larger or lacked hormone receptors.
In view of the high recurrence rate, long-term followup, including regular endoscopic examination, is essential.
However, he warned that though mesh repair has good results and it is well tolerated with low recurrence rate but in1990s, there were reports of infected mesh which must be kept in mind.