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Computed Tomography Evaluation of Percutaneous Pedicle Screws Inserted during Minimally Invasive Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion: Long-term Follow-up Results of Screw Violation

Lee JC, Jang HD, Choi SW, Shin BJ

Background: To evaluate the accuracy of percutaneous pedicle screw (PPS) insertion in degenerative lumbar disease treated with minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (MI-TLIF) and to analyze risk factors and...
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Surgical Outcomes of Cardiac Myxoma Resection Through Right Mini-Thoracotomy

Shin C, Ju MH, Lee CH, Lim MH, Je HG

Background: With recent advances in cardiac surgery through minimal access, mini-thoracotomy has emerged as an excellent alternative for cardiac myxoma resection. This study analyzed the surgical results of this approach,...
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Sacroiliac Joint Fusion: Fusion Rates and Clinical Improvement Using Minimally Invasive Approach and Intraoperative Navigation and Robotic Guidance

Sarkar M, Maalouly J, Ruparel S, Choi J

Study Design: This study adopted a retrospective study design. Purpose: This study was designed to describe the fusion rate and technique and patient subjective improvement after sacroiliac (SI) joint fusion using...
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A propensity score-matched analysis of advanced energy devices and conventional monopolar device for colorectal cancer surgery: comparison of clinical and oncologic outcomes

Song WJ, Bae SU, Jeong WK, Baek SK

Purpose: The safety, efficiency, and versatility of novel surgical energy devices have been proved by recent studies. This study aims to investigate the impact of surgical energy devices on operative...
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Reduction of comminuted fractures of the anterior wall of the frontal sinus using threaded Kirschner wires and a small eyebrow incision

Lee DW, Kwak SH, Choi HJ, Kim JH

Background: Frontal sinus fractures are relatively rare. Their surgical management significantly differs depending on whether the posterior wall is invaded and the clinical features vary. A bicoronal incision or endoscopic...
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Importance of Surgical Order for Minimizing Vascular Injury During the L5-S1 Approach in Multilevel Oblique Lateral Interbody Fusion Surgery

Jang JS, Ko MJ, Lee YS, Park SW, Wui SH

Objective In oblique lateral interbody fusion (OLIF) surgery at the L5-S1 level (OLIF51), anatomical complexity and the possibility of vascular injury during retraction of the common iliac vein (CIV) make the...
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Multidisciplinary treatment strategy for early colon cancer

Son GM, Park SB, Kim TU, Park BS, Lee IY, Na JY, Shin DH, Oh SB, Cho SH, Kim HS, Kim HW

Background: Treatment for early colon cancer has progressed rapidly with endoscopic resection and minimally invasive surgery. Selection of patients without risk of lymph node metastasis is necessary before deciding on...
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Clinical Usefulness of Simple Underlay Myringoplasty

Kim T, Kang BC, Kim JI, Kim SJ, Kwon JK

Background and Objectives Recently, myringoplasty, which does not require elevation of tympanomeatal flap, has drawn attention again as a minimally invasive surgery. This study assessed clinical usefulness of simple underlay...
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Transanal total mesorectal excision for rectal cancer: it’s come a long way and here to stay

Ng JY, Chen CC

Transanal total mesorectal excision (TaTME) was introduced as a novel technique to deal with rectal cancers. Its transanal approach offered the shortest distance to approach a challenging location, allowing an...
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Presentation Patterns and Surgical Management of the Complications of Thread Rhinoplasty

Jin HR, Kim SJ

Objectives. Nonsurgical rhinoplasty using threads has gained popularity in recent years. While the benefits of this procedure have been emphasized, possible complications and their management are not well-known. This study...
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Minimally Invasive versus Open Surgery for Spinal Metastasis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Hinojosa-Gonzalez DE, Roblesgil-Medrano A, Villarreal-Espinosa JB, Tellez-Garcia E, Bueno-Gutierrez LC, Rodriguez-Barreda JR, Flores-Villalba E, Martinez HR, Benvenutti-Regato M, Figueroa-Sanchez JA

Bones are the third most common location for solid tumor metastasis affecting up to 10% of patients with solid tumors. When the spine is involved, thoracic and lumbar vertebrae are...
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Spotlight on laparoscopy in the surgical resection of locally advanced rectal cancer: multicenter propensity score match study

Nasir IUI, Shah MF, Panteleimonitis S, Figueiredo N, Parvaiz A

Purpose: This study was aimed to assess the feasibility of laparoscopic rectal surgery, comparing quality of surgical specimen, morbidity, and mortality. Methods: Prospectively acquired data from consecutive patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery...
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Current status and role of robotic approach in patients with low-lying rectal cancer

Ryu HS, Kim J

Utilization of robotic surgical systems has increased over the years. Robotic surgery is presumed to have advantages of enhanced visualization, improved dexterity, and reduced tremor, which is purported to be...
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Full-Endoscopic versus Minimally Invasive Lumbar Interbody Fusion for Lumbar Degenerative Diseases : A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Son S, Yoo BR, Lee SG, Kim WK, Jung JM

Objective : Although full-endoscopic lumbar interbody fusion (Endo-LIF) has been tried as the latest alternative technique to minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interobody fusion (MIS-TLIF) since mid-2010, the evidence is still...
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Potential Applicability of Local Resection With Prophylactic Left Gastric Artery Basin Dissection for Early-Stage Gastric Cancer in the Upper Third of the Stomach

Akashi Y, Ogawa K, Hisakura K, Enomoto T, Ohara Y, Owada Y, Hashimoto S, Takahashi K, Shimomura O, Doi M, Miyazaki Y, Furuya K, Moue S, Oda T

Purpose: Total or proximal gastrectomy of the upper-third early gastric cancer (u-EGC) often causes severe post-gastrectomy syndrome, suggesting that these procedures are extremely invasive for patients without pathologically positive lymph...
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The short video lecture for robotic bilateral axillo-breast approach to lateral neck lymph node dissection

Yu HW, Choi JH, Lee JK, Kim W, Choi JY

Lateral neck lymph node dissection (LND) along with total thyroidectomy is the standard treatment for thyroid cancer patients with metastases to the lateral neck lymph nodes. In general, lateral neck...
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Minimally invasive surgery for colorectal cancer, a look back to look forward: a personal history

Choi GS

While laparoscopic colonoscopy was reported by several surgeons in the early 1990s, laparoscopic colorectal surgery has been attempted sporadically since 1992 in Korea. Then, in 2000, the Korean Laparoscopic Colorectal...
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Characteristics and outcomes of colorectal cancer surgery by age in a tertiary center in Korea: a retrospective review

Lee TH, Choo JM, Kim JS, Shin SH, Kim JS, Baek SJ, Kwak JM, Kim J, Kim SH

Purpose: Colorectal cancer (CRC) occurs in all age groups, and the application of treatment may vary according to age. The study was designed to identify the characteristics of CRC by...
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A study on the proper catheter position in minimally invasive surgery using stereotactic aspiration plus urokinase for intracerebral hemorrhage

Rho S, Kim TS, Joo SP, Gong TS, Kim HJ, Park M

Objective: The surgical method for treating spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) is not well established despite ICH’s high prevalence and poor prognosis. Minimally invasive surgery has recently received attention; however, literature...
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Laparoscopy offers better clinical outcomes and long-term survival in patients with right colon cancer: experience from national cancer center

Shah MF, Naeem A, Haq Iu, Riaz S, Shakeel O, Panteleimonitis S, Khattak S, Syed AA, Parvaiz A

Purpose: Laparoscopic approach to colonic tumor requires skill set and resources to be established as routine standard of care in most centers around the world. It presents particular challenge in...
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