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Journal September 2009 (Vol 31, No 9)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

The Principles of Surgical Oncology: Surgery and Multimodality Therapy

1. Which surgical dose is appropriate for curative-intent resection of tumors?
2. During tumor excision, it is acceptable to
3. Histologic grading is important for determining prognosis for
4. When is marginal resection of a tumor indicated?
5. The minimum surgical margin for wide resection of a grade II MCT is ____ cm.
6. The minimum surgical margin for wide resection of an STS is ____ cm.
7. Reconstructive surgery should be avoided during the initial surgical management of a tumor because it increases the
8. Which method of submitting a tumor sample to a laboratory is correct?
9. The intention of postoperative chemotherapy is to minimize the risk of
10. The intention of full-course postoperative radiation therapy is to minimize the risk of
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