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A Comparative Study on the Advantages of Using a Stapling Device in a Splenectomy for Patients with Traumatic Splenic Injury

Choi SH, Yoo YS, Mun SP

Purpose: Surgery is prioritized for a splenic injury when the patient is hemodynamically unstable or the injury is severe and there is an increased risk of bleeding. This study aimed...
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Successful ABO-incompatible living donor liver transplantation using splenectomy and intravenous immunoglobulin in high isoagglutinin titer patients

Lee B, Cho JY, Lee HW, Choi Y, Yoon YS, Han HS

The role of the isoagglutinin (IA) titer in liver transplantation (LT) is still not well defined, but the general belief is that a higher titer may result in a higher...
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Two cases of splenic infarction due to torsion of wandering spleen requiring laparoscopic splenectomy in adolescent girls

Kim SH, Cho YH, Kim HY

Wandering spleen is a rare condition in which the spleen is not found in its usual location or presentation. Its vascular pedicle can be twisted easily, and compromised vasculature of...
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Splenectomy with endotherapy in non-cirrhotic portal fibrosis related portal hypertension: Can it be an alternative to proximal spleno-renal shunt?

Saluja SS, Kumar A, Govind H, Varshney V, Khullar R, Mishra PK

Backgrounds/Aims: Proximal splenorenal shunt (PSRS) is usually done in symptomatic non-cirrhotic portal fibrosis (NCPF). The outcomes of splenectomy with endotherapy in non-bleeder NCPF patients has not been well studied. We...
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The management of Pancreatic fistula Complicated by Gastric fistulation following Emergency Splenectomy

Huei TJ, Chor Lip H, Thou CS, Mohamad Y, Alwi RI

Pancreatic and gastric fistulas are rare complications of emergency splenectomy, and it is extremely rare for a pancreatic fistula to be further complicated by a fistulation into the stomach. Here,...
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Advantages of Splenic Hilar Lymph Node Dissection in Proximal Gastric Cancer Surgery

Guner A, Hyung WJ

Gastrectomy with lymph node dissection remains the gold standard for curative treatment of gastric cancer. Dissection of splenic hilar lymph nodes has been included as a part of D2 lymph...
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Disadvantages of Complete No. 10 Lymph Node Dissection in Gastric Cancer and the Possibility of Spleen-Preserving Dissection: Review

Toriumi T, Terashima

Splenic hilar lymph node dissection has been the standard treatment for advanced proximal gastric cancer. Splenectomy is typically performed as part of this procedure. However, splenectomy has some disadvantages, such...
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Treatment of autoimmune hemolytic anemia: real world data from a reference center in Mexico

Jaime-Pérez JC, Aguilar-Calderón P, Salazar-Cavazos L, Gómez-De León A, Gómez-Almaguer D

BACKGROUND: Warm autoimmune hemolytic anemia (w-AIHA) is an uncommon disease with heterogeneous response to treatment. Steroids are the standard treatment at diagnosis, whereas rituximab has recently been recommended as the...
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Prognostic Impact of Extended Lymph Node Dissection versus Limited Lymph Node Dissection on pN0 Proximal Advanced Gastric Cancer: a Propensity Score Matching Analysis

Park SH, Son T, Seo WJ, Lee JH, Choi YY, Kim HI, Cheong JH, Noh SH, Hyung WJ

PURPOSE: Splenic hilar lymph node dissection (LND) during total gastrectomy is regarded as the standard treatment for proximal advanced gastric cancer (AGC). This study aimed to investigate whether splenic hilar...
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Nontraumatic Splenic Rupture due to Infectious Mononucleosis

Frank EA, LaFleur JR, Okosun S

A 19-year-old otherwise healthy male presented to the Emergency Department with left upper quadrant abdominal pain having felt a “pop” in his abdomen which was followed by nausea and lightheadedness....
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Splenic Autotransplantation after Blunt Spleen Injury in Children

Lee H, Kang BH, Kwon J, Lee JC

Non-operative management has been preferred in blunt spleen injury. Moreover children are more susceptible to post-splenectomy infection, spleen should be preserved if possible. However, splenectomy is inevitable to patients with...
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Partial splenectomy: A case series and systematic review of the literature

Esposito F, Noviello A, Moles N, Cantore N, Baiamonte , Coppola Bottazzi E, Miro A, Crafa F

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: Partial splenectomy (PS) is a surgical option for splenic mass, in order to reduce postoperative complications and preserve the splenic function. Despite this, data in literature is still scarce....
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Role of CT in Differentiating Malignant Focal Splenic Lesions

Jang S, Kim JH, Hur BY, Ahn SJ, Joo I, Kim MJ, Han JK

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to asses the CT findings and clinical features differentiating malignant from benign focal splenic lesions. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Among 673 patients with splenectomy, we...
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Laparoscopic Splenectomy for a Patient with Splenomegaly and Hypersplenism due to Idiopathic Portal Hypertension

Yang K, Yun SP, Kim JH, Kim DH, Kim HS, Seo HI

Idiopathic portal hypertension (IPH) is a rare disorder which is clinically characterized by portal hypertension, splenomegaly, hypersplenism and the absence of liver cirrhosis. Patients with IPH have massive splenomegaly leading...
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Primary Giant Splenic and Hepatic Echinococcal Cysts Treated by Laparoscopy

Stanciulea O, Eftimie MA, Mosteanu I, Tirca L, Popescu I

Cystic echinococcosis is a zoonosis caused by the larval stage of Echinococcus granulosus. Liver and lungs are the most commonly affected organs whereas splenic infection is rare and its primary...
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Distal pancreatectomy with splenectomy for the management of splenic hilum metastasis in cytoreductive surgery of epithelial ovarian cancer

Xiang L, Tu Y, He T, Shen X, Li Z, Wu X, Yang H

OBJECTIVE: Distal pancreatectomy with splenectomy may be required for optimal cytoreductive surgery in patients with epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC) metastasized to splenic hilum. This study evaluates the morbidity and treatment...
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Spontaneous Splenic Rupture

Horn C, Keune J

We present the case of a 27-year-old female who presented in hypovolemic shock due to splenic rupture without apparent cause. The patient underwent an open splenectomy followed by an uneventful...
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Does Laparoscopic Splenectomy have the Advantage on Postoperative Pain?

Shim JR, Yun SP, Seo HI

PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to elucidate the fundamental characteristics of the laparoscopic splenectomy and to compare the clinical outcomes and postoperative pain between the laparoscopic splenectomy and...
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Clinical significance of single-port laparoscopic splenectomy: comparison of single-port and multiport laparoscopic procedure

Han ES, You YK, Kim DG, Lee JS, Kim EY, Lee SH, Hong TH, Na GH

PURPOSE: Single-port laparoscopic splenectomy has been performed sporadically. The aim of this study is to assess our experience with single-port laparoscopic splenectomy compared to conventional multiport laparoscopic surgery for the...
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Use of Splenectomy to Treat Evans Syndrome Following an ABO-Matched Liver Transplant

Yun JH, Ahn JH, Cho DH, Kim T, Song GW, Lee SG, Lee KH

Evans syndrome is a rare complication that develops in adults after liver transplantation. The possible etiologies include ABO mismatch, viral infection, post-transplantation lymphoproliferative disease, graft-versus-host disease, and the use of...
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