His primary areas of investigation include Colorectal cancer, Magnetic resonance imaging, Surgery, Radiology and Radiation therapy. Geerard L. Beets has included themes like Neoadjuvant therapy, Chemoradiotherapy and Nuclear medicine in his Colorectal cancer study. His work on Mr imaging as part of general Magnetic resonance imaging research is frequently linked to Sacral Bone, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His study in the field of Retrospective cohort study, Hernia repair and Hernia is also linked to topics like Layer. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Healthy volunteers, Rectum and Prospective cohort study. The various areas that Geerard L. Beets examines in his Radiation therapy study include Effective diffusion coefficient, Carcinoma and Chemotherapy.
His main research concerns Colorectal cancer, Radiology, Surgery, Chemoradiotherapy and Magnetic resonance imaging. The concepts of his Colorectal cancer study are interwoven with issues in Neoadjuvant therapy and Radiation therapy. His Radiation therapy research includes themes of Carcinoma and Chemotherapy.
In the field of Radiology, his study on Diffusion MRI and Ultrasound overlaps with subjects such as Neuroradiology and In patient. His studies deal with areas such as Endoscopy and Histopathology as well as Chemoradiotherapy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nuclear medicine and Lymph node in addition to Magnetic resonance imaging.
Geerard L. Beets mostly deals with Colorectal cancer, Radiology, Surgery, Chemoradiotherapy and Radiation therapy. His Colorectal cancer study focuses on Total mesorectal excision in particular. The Radiology study combines topics in areas such as Asymptomatic and Multicenter study.
Geerard L. Beets focuses mostly in the field of Surgery, narrowing it down to topics relating to Mastectomy and, in certain cases, Fixation and Outpatient clinic. His work deals with themes such as Magnetic resonance imaging and Endoscopy, which intersect with Chemoradiotherapy. His Radiation therapy course of study focuses on Dissection and Hazard ratio and Lymph.
Colorectal cancer, Chemoradiotherapy, Radiology, Magnetic resonance imaging and Surgery are his primary areas of study. His Colorectal cancer research incorporates elements of Pathological, Oncology, Clinical endpoint, Stage and Surrogate endpoint. His Chemoradiotherapy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Interquartile range and Endoscopy.
In general Radiology, his work in Laparoscopic surgery and Gold standard is often linked to Neuroradiology, Feature and Quadratic classifier linking many areas of study. He interconnects Fibrosis, Ultrasound, Interventional radiology and Clinical complete response in the investigation of issues within Magnetic resonance imaging. His work focuses on many connections between Surgery and other disciplines, such as Radical surgery, that overlap with his field of interest in Sexual dysfunction, Urinary system, Neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy, Rectal cancer surgery and Anastomotic leaks.
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Long-term outcome in patients with a pathological complete response after chemoradiation for rectal cancer: a pooled analysis of individual patient data
Monique Maas;Patty J. Nelemans;Vincenzo Valentini;Prajnan Das.
Lancet Oncology (2010)
Accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging in prediction of tumour-free resection margin in rectal cancer surgery.
Rgh Beets-Tan;GL Beets;Rfa Vliegen;Agh Kessels.
The Lancet (2001)
Wait-and-See Policy for Clinical Complete Responders After Chemoradiation for Rectal Cancer
Monique Maas;Regina G.H. Beets-Tan;Doenja M.J. Lambregts;Guido Lammering.
Journal of Clinical Oncology (2011)
Long-term outcomes of clinical complete responders after neoadjuvant treatment for rectal cancer in the International Watch & Wait Database (IWWD): an international multicentre registry study
Maxime J M van der Valk;Maxime J M van der Valk;Denise E Hilling;Denise E Hilling;Esther Bastiaannet;Elma Meershoek-Klein Kranenbarg.
The Lancet (2018)
Rectal Cancer: Review with Emphasis on MR Imaging
Regina G H Beets-Tan;Geerard L Beets.
Laparoscopic versus open total mesorectal excision for rectal cancer
Sandra Vennix;Loeki Pelzers;Nicole Bouvy;Geerard L. Beets.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2014)
High-resolution MR imaging for nodal staging in rectal cancer: are there any criteria in addition to the size?
Joo Hee Kim;Geerard L. Beets;Myeong-Jin Kim;Alfons G.H. Kessels.
European Journal of Radiology (2004)
Preoperative MR imaging of anal fistulas: Does it really help the surgeon?
R.G.H. Beets-Tan;G.L. Beets;A.G. van der Hoop;A.G.H. Kessels.
Functional compromise reflected by sarcopenia, frailty, and nutritional depletion predicts adverse postoperative outcome after colorectal cancer surgery.
Kostan W. Reisinger;Jeroen L. A. van Vugt;Juul J. W. Tegels;Claire Snijders.
Annals of Surgery (2015)
Neoadjuvant immunotherapy leads to pathological responses in MMR-proficient and MMR-deficient early-stage colon cancers.
Myriam Chalabi;Lorenzo F Fanchi;Krijn K Dijkstra;José G Van den Berg.
Nature Medicine (2020)
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