Kevin S. Hughes, MD | Authors

What’s New in Genetic Testing for Cancer Susceptibility?

September 15, 2016

The dilemma for clinicians is how best to understand and manage this rapidly growing body of information to improve patient care. With millions of genetic variants of potential clinical significance and thousands of genes associated with rare but well-established genetic conditions, the complexities of genetic data management clearly will require improved computerized clinical decision support tools, as opposed to continued reliance on traditional rote, memory-based medicine.

Resection of Liver Metastases: State of the Art

September 01, 2002

In this article, Ravikumar and Gallos nicely summarize the current understanding of liver resection for metastases. My comments here will be limited to resection of colorectal metastases, as this is the most common and best characterized of the procedures described.