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Precision Hilar Cholangiocarcinoma Surgery

weight of R1 status (HR = only 1.3). Likewise, it is not well described in the paper what specific re-resections were performed and the magnitude of these re-resections. In this type of surgery, if a ... and extended surgery for hilar cholangiocarcinoma: Nagoya experience . J Hepatobiliary Pancreat Surg . 2000 ; 7 ( 2 ): 155 - 62 . 4. Bismuth H , Nakache R , Diamond T. Management strategies in resection

Setting Standards for Reporting and Quantification in Fluorescence-Guided Surgery

Dam 0 Alexander Vahrmeijer 2 Jacobus Burggraaf 0 Department of Surgery , Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, and Intensive Care , University Medical Center, University of Groningen , Hanzeplein 1 ... , 9713, GZGroningen , the Netherlands 1 Centre for Human Drug Research and Leiden Center for Academic Drug Research , Zernikedreef 8, 2333, CLLeiden , the Netherlands 2 Department of Surgery, Leiden

Preventing Wernicke Encephalopathy After Bariatric Surgery

Half a million bariatric procedures are performed annually worldwide. Our aim was to review the signs and symptoms of Wernicke’s encephalopathy (WE) after bariatric surgery. We included 118 WE cases ... bariatric surgery. We included 118 WE cases. Descriptions involved gastric bypass (52%), but also newer procedures like the gastric sleeve. Bariatric WE patients were younger (median = 33 years) than those in

Advanced Age and Success of Bariatric Surgery

BRicerca Corrente^ to Istituto Multimedica from Ministero della Salute (Ministry of Health), Italy. - reporting the response to bariatric surgery (gastric bypass and sleeve gastrectomy) according to age of ... comorbidities in the former than in the latter age group [ 1, 2 ]. There is one additional aspect of interest; bariatric surgery prevents long-term mortality in comparison with medical treatment [3], and at

Reality and truth in surgery

GmbH Austria, part of Springer Nature 2018 welcome to the present issue of European Surgery, presenting a splendid rainbow of articles including the fascinating spectra of colorectal, gastrointestinal ... , bilio-digestive, esophageal, and minimally invasive surgery. Main focus addresses the importance of surgery for the maintenance of well-being and life quality of the patients. Thus, I hope that the papers

Methylene blue fluorescence of the ureter during colorectal surgery

BackgroundIatrogenic ureteric injury is a serious complication of colorectal surgery. Incidence is estimated to be between 0.3 and 1.5%. Of all ureteric injuries, 9% occur during colorectal ... Surgery, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust , Oxford , UK 2 Nuffield Department of Surgery, University of Oxford , Oxford , UK 3 Thomas G. Barnes 4 Nuffield Department of Surgery, John

Quality in Spine Surgery

delivered. This article discusses the trials and techniques of measuring quality in spine surgery. A detailed analysis of advantages and disadvantages of various measures of quality, including process ... through modern practice. Quality; Value; Spine; Outcomes - I primarily of the decompression of lesions n the early 1970s, spine surgery consisted compressing the neural

Voice quality preservation in thyroid surgery with neuromonitoring

postoperative V-Score for the V-RQOL (p = 0.00648) was observed.ConclusionsThe use of neuromonitoring in thyroid surgery is beneficial for patients to improve voice quality. The identification and preservation of ... , Poland 1 Department of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Isotope Therapy, Wroclaw Medical University , Wroclaw , Poland 2 Department and Clinic of General, Gastroenterological and Endocrine Surgery, Wroclaw

Minimally invasive cardiac surgery—from early steps to consolidation

Vascular Institute, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi , Sowwah Square - Al Maryah Island, PO Box 112412, Abu Dhabi , United Arab Emirates 1 Johannes Bonatti Minimally invasive coronary bypass surgery - Coronary ... artery bypass grafting can to date be performed through mini-incisions on the beating heart. This so called minimally invasive cardiac surgery (MICS)—coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) has become

The cross technique for the positioning of Kerboull plate in acetabular reconstruction surgery

revision surgery and after removing the acetabular implant, soft reaming of the acetabular cavity at a slow speed is performed to remove the fibrotic and adherent fragments without weakening the remaining ... of the medial wall. In case of revision surgery, this could be sometimes difficult when parts of the medial wall are disrupted. The Caton handle used to hold the KP trial chosen is very helpful to

Sexual function after robot-assisted prolapse surgery: a prospective study

Introduction and hypothesisFemale pelvic organ prolapse (POP) can severely influence sexual function. Robot-assisted surgery is increasingly used to treat POP, but studies describing its effect on

What is minimally invasive surgery?

invasive surgery. Less aggressive technique? Despite temptation, most surgeons didn’t get caught in the trap to be limited to a smaller incision, even if it could get personal advertising. Won over by the ... speeded up recovery. All authors report decreased pain scores and use of analgesics. This less-invasive surgery needs generally the use of downsized and dedicated instrumentation, making bone cuts in situ

Decision-making about surgery in the elderly

Perioperative Geriatric Medicine, University of San Marino , San Marino 2 Gabriella Bettelli Vol.:(011233456789) - At the beginning of the third millennium, surgery in the older patient has become more and ... more common; this, due to the increasing number of individuals reaching old age and requiring surgery, together with continuous advancements in surgical and anesthesia techniques. In addition

Shaping the future of liver surgery

Gürtel 18-20, 1090 Vienna , Austria Postoperative Outcome; Liver Dysfunction; Therapeutic Approaches; Hepatic Progenitor Cells; Von Willebrand Factor Summary Background While liver surgery has become a ... procedure with a high degree of personalization to the patients’ needs [3]. The former limitations of liver surgery, namely, bleeding at the site of resection, bilobar tumor growth, and multiple metastasis

Technological innovation in orthopaedic surgery: balancing innovation and science with clinical and industry interests

4 0 Department of Health Research Methods , Evidence, and Impact , McMaster University , Hamilton , Canada 1 Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, Department of Surgery, McMaster University , Hamilton ... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology, Kantonsspital Baselland (Bruderholz , Liestal, Laufen), Bruderholz , Switzerland Vol.:(011233456789) - Over the last decades, many technological

Surgery and quantum physics

novel data on endocrine surgery, esophago-gastrointestinal surgery, colorectal surgery, hepato-bilio-pancreatico-digestive disease management, and treatment of infectious disorders of the skin. Again, it ... is important to point out that surgery becomes art if it adequately searches for a thorough understanding of the causes underlying the diseases, and if surgery includes this understanding into the

Additions of neural monitoring for thyroid surgery

thyroid surgery and the final result at the postoperative laryngoscopy, quality of the voice indexes, and swallowing evaluation. Translating robust monitoring research evidence to clinical practice is

Laparoscopic uterine surgery as a risk factor for uterine rupture during pregnancy

ruptures, 59%), whereas the remaining two (9%) were in women who did not previously undergo any surgery. All of the 13 non-CS ruptures were identified in women with a history of laparoscopic procedures to ... who experienced non-CS compared with CS ruptures (10 versus 1 case, respectively, P = 0.024). Patients with a history of endoscopic uterine surgery should be aware of uterine rupture during pregnancy

Steroids in paediatric heart surgery: eminence or evidence-based practice?

Steroids in paediatric heart surgery are given prophylactically to blunt the systemic inflammatory response induced by the extracorporeal circuit and to improve clinical outcomes. However, there is