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ImportanceLaparoscopic procedures are generally thought to have better outcomes than open procedures. Because of anatomical constraints, laparoscopic rectal resection may not be better because of limitations in performing an adequate cancer resection.
ObjectiveTo determine whether laparoscopic...
This Viewpoint discusses the implications of the growing trend of hospital consolidation for quality, access, and price of care.
Opening an email from a colleague in Haiti seeking a neurologic opinion, I marvel at my instant connection to a hospital 1500 miles—and about 150 countries on the GDP per capita rankings—away. A hospital housing the first public computed tomographic scanner and intensive care unit in rural Haiti...
This Viewpoint discusses approaches to public health communication challenges posed by J-shaped associations between health effects and major modifiable risk factors.
ImportanceEvidence about the efficacy of laparoscopic resection of rectal cancer is incomplete, particularly for patients with more advanced-stage disease.
ObjectiveTo determine whether laparoscopic resection is noninferior to open resection, as determined by gross pathologic and histologic...
Surgery Opinion 1, 2, and 3 Research 1, 2, and 3 and Patient Page Research Laparoscopic vs Open Resection of Stage II/III Rectal Cancer Surgical resection is the most important treatment modality for rectal cancer, with surgical integrity of the specimen and tumor pathologic staging important...
This Medical News & Perspectives article explores the opportunities for and challenges of incorporating mindfulness interventions into clinical practice.
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