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1947 1
1948 8
1962 1
1964 6
1965 34
1966 46
1967 48
1968 58
1969 46
1970 58
1971 90
1972 71
1973 74
1974 74
1975 84
1976 83
1977 81
1978 78
1979 92
1980 77
1981 109
1982 107
1983 121
1984 113
1985 134
1986 130
1987 124
1988 133
1989 108
1990 92
1991 77
1992 74
1993 85
1994 84
1995 83
1996 86
1997 85
1998 92
1999 80
2000 101
2001 82
2002 96
2003 117
2004 120
2005 115
2006 128
2007 167
2008 137
2009 175
2010 199
2011 248
2012 251
2013 251
2014 304
2015 284
2016 319
2017 280
2018 309
2019 169
2020 2
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[Current evidence for laparoscopic surgery of colonic cancer].
Schwenk W, et al. Chirurg 2014 - Review. PMID 24906875 German.
METHODS: An investigation of meta-analyses from randomized controlled clinical trials comparing laparoscopic and conventional surgery for colonic cancer was carried out. RESULTS: The incidence of intraoperative complications was higher during laparoscopic surgery, the duration of surgery was increased and blood loss was less when compared to open surgery. ...
METHODS: An investigation of meta-analyses from randomized controlled clinical trials comparing laparoscopic and conventional surgery
Colon surgery: where are we now.
Bianchi PP. Minerva Chir 2019. PMID 30834733
Biology-Based Surgery: The Extent of Lymphadenectomy in Cancer of the Colon.
Willaert W, et al. Eur Surg Res 2018 - Review. PMID 30544106
The underlying biology has important implications for the ideal extent of surgery: when the Fisher model is correct, efforts to remove apical (central), extramesenteric, or para-aortic LN are unlikely to affect the oncological outcome. ...Ongoing randomized trials comparing extensive vs. standard surgery for CC will generate important answers....
The underlying biology has important implications for the ideal extent of surgery: when the Fisher model is correct, efforts to remov …
Foreword
Martin RF. Surg Clin North Am 2017. PMID 28501256
[Emergencies in the surgery of colonic neoplasms. A review of the literature and the authors' cases].
Viale A, et al. Minerva Chir 1991 - Review. PMID 2034372 Italian.
Of 123 patients who underwent emergency surgery, 101 were suffering from tumors of the colon complicated by intestinal occlusion and 22 by perforation. Only right hemicolectomy was performed in cases of perforation or resection with ileostomy and colic mucous fistula was used for neoplasms located in the right colon; Hartmann's operation or dual ostomy was performed in the event of neoplasms in the left colon. ...
Of 123 patients who underwent emergency surgery, 101 were suffering from tumors of the colon complicated by intestinal occlusion and …
Emergency surgery for colonic cancer in a defined population.
Jestin P, et al. Br J Surg 2005. PMID 15521083
BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to identify risk factors in emergency surgery for colonic cancer in a large population and to investigate the economic impact of such surgery. ...CONCLUSION: Emergency surgery for colonic cancer is associated with a stage-specific increase in mortality rate....
BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to identify risk factors in emergency surgery for colonic cancer in a large population a …
Laparoscopic surgery versus open surgery for colon cancer: short-term outcomes of a randomised trial.
Veldkamp R, et al. Lancet Oncol 2005 - Clinical Trial. PMID 15992696
METHODS: 627 patients were randomly assigned to laparoscopic surgery and 621 patients to open surgery. The primary endpoint was cancer-free survival 3 years after surgery. ...FINDINGS: Patients assigned laparoscopic resection had less blood loss compared with those assigned open resection (median 100 mL [range 0-2700] vs 175 mL [0-2000], p<0.0001), although laparoscopic surgery lasted 30 min longer than did open surgery (p<0.0001). ...
METHODS: 627 patients were randomly assigned to laparoscopic surgery and 621 patients to open surgery. The primary endpoint wa …
Minimally Invasive Surgical Approaches to Colon Cancer
Salem JF, et al. Surg Oncol Clin N Am 2018 - Review. PMID 29496091
Minimally invasive colon surgery was developed as a new and alternative option, and surgeons aim to continue to make it simpler, more reproducible, and easier to teach and learn. We describe herein the current state of minimally invasive colorectal surgery for colon cancer and compare it with open surgery to offer insights to future directions....
Minimally invasive colon surgery was developed as a new and alternative option, and surgeons aim to continue to make it simpler, more …
Colonic tattooing in laparoscopic surgery - making the mark?
Yeung JM, et al. Colorectal Dis 2009 - Review. PMID 19175629
OBJECTIVE: Laparoscopic surgery for colorectal cancer is now widespread. Small lesions in the colon can be difficult to palpate and with lack of tactile sensation, it is essential to accurately localize them preoperatively. ...METHOD: A literature search (Medline and Pubmed) was performed with manual cross referencing of all articles related to colonic tattooing. ...
OBJECTIVE: Laparoscopic surgery for colorectal cancer is now widespread. Small lesions in the colon can be difficult to palpate and w …
Laparoscopic surgery as a treatment option for elderly patients with colon cancer.
Zhou X, et al. J BUON 2017. PMID 28534365 Free article.
The aim of this study was to identify the impact of laparoscopic surgery on elderly patients with colon cancer in comparison with open surgery. ...Radical laparoscopic surgery was performed in 109 patients and 94 patients underwent open surgery. RESULTS: Laparoscopic surgery was accompanied with significantly less blood loss, lower analgesic consumption, shorter time to first flatus and soft diet, and shorter postoperative hospital stay compared with open surgery. ...
The aim of this study was to identify the impact of laparoscopic surgery on elderly patients with colon cancer in comparison with ope …
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