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The closure of the cystic duct using the LVSS is feasible and effective in laparoscopic cholecystectomy in children. However, it is important to keep a safe distance from other intra-abdominal structures when using thermal energy devices to prevent thermal collateral damage.
Significant prognostic factors for intrahepatic recurrent HCC are poor hepatic reserve, AFP, recurrent tumor size and number, and CTC. Selection of treatment modality for intrahepatic recurrence requires the clinician to be mindful of the predictive factors and to control tumors aggressively by...
Isotope-guided surgery was reliable, with a 99% localization rate for nonpalpable breast lesions and an 82% SN localization rate. The success rate of SN identification could be improved to 97% with the addition of blue dye mapping for patients with negative drainage on lymphoscintigraphy.
Although postoperative swellings are a common complication after laparoscopic TEP repairs of inguinal hernias, swellings are minor complications, are not associated with hernia recurrence, and generally subside spontaneously.
In this prospective study, advanced tumour stage, distal site, and need for postoperative blood transfusion were associated with increased rates of anastomotic leakage. In addition to their high risk of immediate postoperative morbidity and mortality, both localized and generalized leaks had...
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