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Laparoscopic pancreaticoduodenectomy in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma

Choi M, Rho SY, Kim SH, Hwang HK, Lee WJ, Kang CM

Laparoscopic pancreatoduodenectomy (LPD) in pancreatic cancer is primarily criticized for its technical and oncological safety. Although solid evidence has not yet been established, many institutions are performing LPD for pancreatic...
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Laparoscopic management of giant hepatic hydatid cyst in a 12-year-old boy: a case report

Bairwa Bl, Singh AK, Gupta S

Hydatid disease is a zoonosis caused by a parasite, Echinococcus granulosus, characterized by a cystic lesion in the liver, lung, or (rarely) in other parts of the body. Typical radiological...
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Effect of pelvic drain displacement on anastomotic leakage-related morbidity after rectal cancer surgery

Lee HY, Kang SI, Kim SH, Kim JH

Purpose: Drain insertion after proctectomy is common in clinical practice, although the effectiveness of drains has been questioned. However, drains are commonly displaced after surgery. We hypothesized that drain displacement...
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Gasless single-port laparoscopic cholecystectomy

Ishikawa M, Asanoma M, Tashiro Y, Takechi H, Matsuyama K, Miyauchi T

Purpose: Single-port laparoscopic surgery is anticipated to become the future of minimally invasive surgery. We have devised an alternative approach for laparoscopic cholecystectomy by inserting a single por t at...
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Risk factors of incisional hernia after single-incision cholecystectomy and safety of barbed suture material for wound closure

Kim Y, Choi S, Jeong S, Lee S, Kang I, Jang J

Purpose: Single-incision cholecystectomy is a surgical method that offers comparable results to conventional laparoscopic cholecystectomy. However, a high risk of postoperative incisional hernia is an issue in single-incision cholecystectomy. This...
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Safe and feasible outcomes of cholecystectomy in extremely elderly patients (octogenarians vs. nonagenarians)

Kim SM, Shin MH, Choi NK

Purpose: Cholecystectomy is the gold standard treatment for gallbladder disease. As life expectancy increases, awareness of cholecystitis treatment in the elderly changes. The safety and feasibility of cholecystectomy in octogenarians...
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Which prognostic factors are important for long-term outcomes in symptomatic obstructive colon cancer? A multi-institutional retrospective cohort study

Kim CH, Bae JH, Lee CS, Han SR, Lee IK, Lee D, Kang WK, Kim JH, Kye BH, Cho HM, Oh ST, Lee SC, Lee YS

Purpose: The prognostic factors in obstructive colon cancer have not been clearly identified. We aimed to identify the prognostic factor to establish optimal treatment strategy in obstructive colon cancer. Methods: Patients...
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Is cholecystectomy safe in extremely elderly patients?

Yang JD

Gallstone disease is the most common global indication for abdominal surgery. Especially acute cholecystitis in the elderly is frequently encountered due to an increasingly elderly population. Although cholecystectomy is the...
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Is stent insertion for obstructing colon cancer a good prognostic factor in long-term oncologic outcomes in symptomatic obstructive colon cancer?

Bae SU

Although obstructive colon cancer can often be treated with first-stage resection with primary anastomosis, the results of the oncological outcome of using stenting as a bridge of surgery in the...
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Clinical effect and standardization of indocyanine green angiography in the laparoscopic colorectal surgery

Son GM, Ahn Hm, Lee IY, Lee SM, Park SH, Baek KR

Anastomotic complications occur after 5% to 20% of operations for rectosigmoid colon cancer. The intestinal perfusion status at the anastomotic site is an important modifiable risk factor, and surgeons should...
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