Emma Rosenkrantz Hölmich

Emma Rosenkrantz Hölmich
Zealand University Hospital · Surgical Department

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Background Personalized risk assessment provides opportunities for tailoring treatment, optimizing healthcare resources and improving outcome. The aim of this study was to develop a 90-day mortality-risk prediction model for identification of high- and low-risk patients undergoing surgery for colorectal cancer. Methods This was a nationwide cohort...
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Purpose: Patients with a defunctioning ileostomy after rectal resection experience substantial ileostomy-related morbidity and decreased quality of life. Early reversal of the defunctioning ileostomy has been proposed as a method of mitigating these problems. We aimed to evaluate the safety of early ileostomy closure within 6 weeks. Method: Rand...
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Importance: Tumour-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs) have previously been found to influence patient prognosis in other gastrointestinal cancers, for instance in colorectal cancer. An immunosuppressive phenotype often characterizes pancreatic cancer with a low degree of immune cell infiltration. Cytotoxic CD8+ T cell infiltration in tumours is found...
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The surgical stress response can accelerate clinical metastasis formation. Perioperative glucocorticoids might modulate this response and the metastatic process. We aimed to describe associations between perioperative glucocorticoids and long-term outcomes after cancer surgery. We searched four databases for eligible trials and performed meta-analy...
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Background Pancreatic cancer (PC) contributes to over 7 % of all cancer related deaths worldwide with a relative 5-year survival of less than 8 %. High levels of tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs) are associated with improved survival in many cancer types. Examining the impact of TILs on survival in PC could provide better prognostication and he...

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