LAS TRANSFUSIONES DE SANGRE PERIOPERATORIAS SE ASOCIAN CON UNA PEOR SOBREVIDA GLOBAL, PERO NO CON LA SOBREVIDA LIBRE DE ENFERMEDAD POSTERIOR A LA RESECCIÓN CURATIVA DEL CÁNCER DE RECTO: UN PUNTAJE DE PROPENSIÓN POR ANÁLISIS DE CONCORDANCIA

Translated title of the contribution: Perioperative Blood Transfusions Are Associated with Worse Overall Survival but Not Disease-Free Survival after Curative Rectal Cancer Resection: A Propensity Score-Matched Analysis

David N. Hanna, Adriana C. Gamboa, Glen C. Balch, Scott E. Regenbogen, Jennifer Holder-Murray, Sherif R.Z. Abdel-Misih, Matthew L. Silviera, Michael P. Feng, Thomas G. Stewart, Li Wang, Alexander T. Hawkins

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