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Type: Artigo
Title: Renal cell cancer treatment: an expert panel recommendation from the Latin American cooperative group-genitourinary and the Latin American renal cancer group: focus on surgery
Author: Zequi, Stenio de Cassio
da Costa, Walter Henriques
Korkes, Fernando
dos Reis, Rodolfo Borges
Schreiner Busato, Wilson Francisco
Matheus, Wagner Eduardo
Vieira da Silva Neto, Deusdedit Cortez
de Almeida e Paula, Felipe
Carvalhal, Gustavo Franco
Nogueira, Lucas
Fernandes, Roni de Carvalho
Goncalves e Silva, Adriano
Sasse, Andre Deeke
Fay, Andre P.
Jardim, Denis Leonardo
Bastos, Diogo Assed
Rodrigues da Rosa, Diogo Augusto
Wierman, Evanius
Kater, Fabio
Schutz, Fabio A.
Maluf, Fernando Cotait
Galvao de Oliveira, Fernando Nunes
Protzner Morbeck, Igor Alexandre
Rinck, Jose Augusto
da Trindade, Karine Martins
Maia, Manuel Caitano
Souza, Vinicius Carrera
Marques Monteiro, Fernando Sabino
Soares, Andrey
Abstract: Renal cell cancer (RCC) is one of the 10 most common cancers in the world, and its incidence is increasing, whereas mortality is declining only in developed countries. Therefore, two collaborative groups, The Latin American Oncology Cooperative Group-Genitourinary Section (LACOG-GU) and the Latin American Renal Cancer Group (LARCG), held a consensus meeting to develop this guideline. Methods: Issues (134) related to the treatment of RCC were previously formulated by a panel of experts. The voting panel comprised 26 specialists (urologists and medical oncologists) from the LACOG-GU/LARCG. A consensus was reached if 75% agreement was achieved. If there was less concordance, a new discussion was undertaken, and a consensus was determined by the most votes after a second voting session. Results: The expert meeting provided recommendations that were in line with the global literature; 75.0% of the recommendations made by the panel of experts were evidence-based level A, 22.5% of the recommendations were level B, and 2.5% of the recommendations were level D. Conclusions: This review suggests recommendations for the surgical treatment of RCC according to the LACOG-GU/LARCG experts
Subject: Nefrectomia
Country: Reino Unido
Editor: Sage
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1177/1756287219872324
Address: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1756287219872324
Date Issue: 2019
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