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Axillary dissection is the major cause of morbidity in breast cancer and primary cutaneous melanoma of the extremity. In the present study, we examine the potential benefits and advantages of endoscopic axillary lymph node dissection over conventional surgery. Twenty endoscopic axillary...
Background: Clinical evaluation of intraoperative endoscopy with electrohydraulic lithotripsy (EHL) in the management of 13 patients with pancreatobiliary lithiasis was undertaken. Methods: Ten patients with chronic pancreatitis with intraductal lithiasis in the head and three with biliary...
We believe that this is the first report of a gasless endoscopic in situ bypass technique. We have pursued this minimally invasive procedure with the hope that wound complications and operative time might be improved without compromising graft patency. Having demonstrated the feasibility of...
Background: We investigated the ability of pressurized CO 2 gas to aerosolize B16 melanoma (B16) tumor cells in an in vitro model. Methods: The experimental apparatus consisted of an 18.9-L plastic cylindrical vessel and a compliant latex pouch was attached to the top. Two 5-mm ports penetrated...
Background: The gut clearly plays a significant role in postoperative recovery. Other investigators have shown an increase in gut-mucosal cytokines in septicemia and burn models. We tested the effects of laparotomy and laparoscopy on gut-mucosal IL-6 production. Methods: A/J mice were randomized...
Laparoscopic surgery provides patients with less painful surgery and a more rapid recovery, while requiring that surgeons work harder and in a more remote manner from the operating field. Cost-containment pressures on surgeons demand efficient surgery, whereas the increased technological...
We report the first case of obstructive cholangitis after laparoscopic cholecystectomy, related to intraperitoneal retained gallstones.
Background: It has been suggested that antireflux surgery may cause an improvement in esophageal motor function (EMF) and lead to reduced postoperative dysphagia. Methods: We evaluated the changes in dysphagia symptom scores and esophageal and lower esophageal sphincter (LES) pressures in...
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