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The index gives some methods of treatment. Under each method, often with a short explanation at the beginning, there is a collection of medical journal references relating to that technique, its success with LMS or sarcomas if such is available, and further information about its use and complications. Generally, the best way to deal with LMS metastases is by surgical resection, if it is at all possible.
Should you be interested in a specific technique, a pubmed search can be undertaken, and abstracts can be selected and printed to take with you for further discussion with your doctor. The institution where the research was done is often listed in the citation, should you or your doctor wish to contact the researchers.
[ ] will indicate editorial comment by the compiler. Some sentences are highlighted in bold, again done by the compiler.
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