Sarkomy měkkých tkání - diagnostika a léčba

Title in English Soft tissue sarcomas - diagnosis and treatment
Authors

LISCHKE Robert TOMÁŠ Tomáš KOPEČKOVÁ Kateřina ADÁMKOVÁ KRÁKOROVÁ Dagmar KUBEŠ Jiří OZANIAK Andrej ŠLAMPA Pavel HUNČOVSKÝ Martin

Year of publication 2021
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Medicine

Description Sarcomas are malignant tumours of connective tissues. They are a heterogeneous group of tumours defined by a wide spectrum of histotypes with different biological behaviour and anatomical localisation. As such, sarcomas account for less than 1% of all adult malignancies and about 15% of childhood malignancies. Soft-tissue sarcomas are rare tumours, still on the periphery of general interest. However, they are perceived differently by sarcoma patients. The basis for successful treatment of most of them is a good diagnosis and, above all, a well-planned and erudite surgical treatment, performed by an experienced surgeon, in institutions for which this diagnosis is not rare. This clinical guideline focuses on 11 areas: Diagnosis Therapy of localized, locally operable soft tissue and visceral sarcomas Therapy of localized, locally inoperable soft tissue and visceral sarcomas Therapy of advanced/generalized, locally operable soft tissue and visceral sarcomas Therapy of advanced/generalized, locally inoperable soft tissue and visceral sarcomas Therapy of recurrent, locally operable soft tissue and visceral sarcomas Therapy of retroperitoneal sarcomas Therapy of GISTs Therapy of sarcomas of "childhood age" Therapy of desmoids (aggressive fibromatosis) Follow-up care/dispensary care

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