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Journal of Respiratory Diseases
Distant metastases generally indicate disseminated disease and the standard treatment for these patients is palliative chemotherapy. Retrospective series showed that selected patients with metastatic lung cancer and a solitary extrathoracic disease could be effectively treated with curative intention by resection of both primary tumor and the single site of metastatic disease. According to current data, adrenalectomy might be considered as an alternative option for patients with isolateddoi:10.14302/issn.2642-9241.jrd-18-2499 fatcat:3skgjbudwjepzjxwkjz5bhrbzq