Oncology emergencies:call for more attention


  • Jinlong Wang


Oncology emergencies usually refer to various life-threatening complications that result from the development or treatment of malignant tumors in patients[1]. Along with the continuous improvement of oncotherapy, the survival time of patients with malignant tumors is greatly prolonged, and oncology emergencies are also increasing rapidly[2]. Oncology emergencies can be induced by the malignant tumor itself or by anti-tumor treatment, and it may lead to serious consequences even death if not treated in time.



How to Cite

Wang, J. (2023). Oncology emergencies:call for more attention. Translational Surgical Oncology, 1(1), 21–22. Retrieved from https://translsuronco.org/index.php/tso/article/view/7605