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Vol 3, No 1 (2004): Polish Palliative Medicine
Case reports
Published online: 2003-10-27
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A skin tumour course in a patient refusing surgery

Krzysztof Buczkowski, Anna Adamczyk
Advances in Palliative Medicine 2004;3(1):75-78.

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Vol 3, No 1 (2004): Polish Palliative Medicine
Case reports
Published online: 2003-10-27

Abstract

Skin cancers are the most common human malignancies. The early diagnosis and quick therapy usually lead to complete recovery. As complete recovery is possible in almost 100% patients we do not know too much about disease process in patients refusing surgery. Such a patient might be a big problem for a physician.

Abstract

Skin cancers are the most common human malignancies. The early diagnosis and quick therapy usually lead to complete recovery. As complete recovery is possible in almost 100% patients we do not know too much about disease process in patients refusing surgery. Such a patient might be a big problem for a physician.
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Keywords

skin tumour; ulceration; fistula

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Title

A skin tumour course in a patient refusing surgery

Journal

Advances in Palliative Medicine

Issue

Vol 3, No 1 (2004): Polish Palliative Medicine

Pages

75-78

Published online

2003-10-27

Bibliographic record

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2004;3(1):75-78.

Keywords

skin tumour
ulceration
fistula

Authors

Krzysztof Buczkowski
Anna Adamczyk

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