Prognostic factors and early diagnosis of postoperative infectious complications in colorectal cancer patients
Belyaev A.M., Belousov T.A., Raskin, G.A., Galunova T.J.
Institute of Oncology N.N. Petrov
In the article there are data of microbiological monitoring, immunocytochemical determination of toll-like receptors peritoneal exudate in the postoperative period in patients with colorectal cancer. The article shows the expediency of the microbiological studies peritoneal exudate and definitions toll-like receptors for prediction of infectious complications after surgery in patients with colorectal cancer.
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