Evaluación y Manejo del Cáncer de Pulmón de Células No Pequeñas (CPCNP) Temprano y localmente avanzado: 2do Consenso Nacional de la Sociedad Panameña de Oncología (SPO). (Mesa 4)

Yamilet Pereira, I Véliz, G Pérez-Jiménez, R Araúz, Y Ruíz, M Guardia, J Lio, K Franco, C Aguilar, A Crismatt

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Resumen
Después de confirmado el diagnóstico histológico de cáncer de pulmón de células no pequeñas (CPCNP) se debe proceder a una evaluación clínica completa. En la evaluación por el grupo multidisciplinario es importante definir de manera inicial si el paciente tiene enfermedad a distancia. De no tenerla, el siguiente paso es definir la presencia de enfermedad ganglionar mediastinal y la capacidad funcional pulmonar del paciente, ya que el tratamiento a seguir dependerá de la evaluación minuciosa de dichas variables.

[Evaluation and Management of Non-small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) Early and locally advanced: 2nd National Consensus of the Panamanian Oncology Society (SPO).]

Abstract

After the histological diagnosis of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) has been confirmed, a complete clinical evaluation should be performed. In the evaluation by the multidisciplinary group it is important to define in an initial way if the patient has distant disease. If not, the next step is to define the presence of mediastinal lymph node disease and the pulmonary functional capacity of the patient, since the treatment to be followed will depend on the detailed evaluation of these variables.


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