Management of patients with differentiated neuroendocrine tumors of jejunum and ileum (according to international guidelines)

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Клинические рекомендации по ведению больных с нейроэндокринными опухолями дистальной части тонкой (тощей и подвздошной) кишки выработаны группой международных экспертов и освещают обновление эпидемиологических данных, пересмотр различных параметров классификации опухолей (ВОЗ, гистологические критерии, TNM), а также мультидисциплинарные проблемы, связанные с различными вопросами диагностики, стадирования и выбора оптимальных методов лечения больных с нейроэндокринными опухолями указанной локализации. Полный текст рекомендаций: B. Eriksson, G. Kloppel, E. Krennin, H. Ahlman, U. Plоckinger, B. Wiedenmann, R. Arnold, C. Auernhammer, M. Kоrner, G. Rindi, S. Wildi et al. Neuroendocrinology. 2008;87:8–19.

D G Beltsevich

Email: beltsevich@rambler.ru

G A Melnichenko

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