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GLIOLAN has enabled neurosurgeons to find the ill-defined tumour margin, and gives us the confidence to go further to achieve maximum resection.
A cost-utility analysis of hysterectomy, endometrial resection and ablation and medical therapy for menorrhagia.
1] qui, lors d'une electrocoagulation au cours d'une resection transuretrale de la prostate (RTUP), a ete surpris par une deflagration intravesicale.
complete resection of the liver metastases (with added ablation if required) is feasible.
Typical indications include: tumours involving all 4 sectors of the liver, or where the residual volume is calculated to be less than 20%; central tumours involving the bifurcation of the main portal vein; significant involvement of the IVC; and recurrent disease after previous resection.
Early experience with robotic lung resection results in similar operative outcomes and morbidity when compared with matched video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery cases.
Outcomes of Low Anterior Resection Anastomotic Leak after Preoperative Chemoradiation Therapy for Rectal Cancer.
20) Other studies on the completeness of histopathology reports on colorectal cancer resection have found values ranging from 5 to 68%.
Agravity-fed, standard bag of glycine is used, and resection continues until all pathology is removed.
It added that resection rates in England and Wales "certainly lag behind" Australia, Canada and the Scandinavian countries.
This is particularly important as going forward there are likely to be more first-line randomized studies where resection rate is part of the analysis.
Endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) is a standard technique useful for resection of large sessile and flat lesions, Dr.