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No pancreatic reconstruction technique after PD was found to be applicable to all kinds of pancreatic remnants in our systematic review and meta-analysis. Some new approaches such as binding PJ and modified PG will be considered for study in the future.
The favorable long-term anatomical and functional results demonstrate that our technique is ideal for patients with congenital vaginal atresia or patients who need secondary vaginal reconstruction. For the primary male-to-female transsexuals or hermaphrodites, it can be an alternative method for...
The modified facelift incision is feasible for most benign parotid lesions regardless of tumor location, even for anterior or superior tumors. Using the modified facelift incision may be extended with a surgeon’s accumulated experience, but for a large deep-lobe tumor, the modified Blair...
Laparoscopic primary closure with internal and external biliary drainage tubes is safe and an effective alternative to T-tube placement, especially for younger patient groups able to endure bile duct exploration. Sphincter of Oddi function is well preserved to prevent recurrent bile duct stones...
GO as a surgical indication (i.e., unstable or active GO requiring ophthalmic treatment or follow-up) was associated with increased risk of temporary and permanent hypoparathyroidism after bilateral thyroidectomy. Routine parathyroid autotransplantation may reduce the risk of permanent...
CEACAM1 expression was common in HCC, and CEACAM1 cytoplastic expression was closely associated with tumor progression, angiogenesis, and poorer RFS, indicating that cytoplastic CEACAM1 might be a predictor of relapsing phenotype and a possible novel target of antiangiogenic therapy for patients...
Because TAPP allows assessment of not only the entire groin area bilaterally but also simultaneous assessment of the viability of the incarcerated intestine with a minimum abdominal wall defect, we believe that it is an adequate approach to the treatment of both occult and acutely incarcerated...
Our data support the safety and feasibility of endoscopic thyroidectomy via a unilateral axillo-breast approach without gas insufflation, even for the treatment of benign thyroid lesions ≥4 cm.
Adding the cost of palliative care estimated in a previous Swedish study, health-care costs and productivity losses for pancreatic cancer would add up to a substantial economic burden for Sweden at large in 2009 (population 9.1 million), between EUR 86 million and EUR 93 million.
Infrainguinal venous bypass for severe IC has excellent long-term results. Our results are strong arguments against the liberal use of stenting long lesions of the femoropopliteal artery. Venous bypass remains the primary procedure for TASC C and D lesions in claudicants.
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