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1. Simultaneous laparoscopic resection of rectal cancer and liver metastasis.
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Simultaneous resection of colorectal tumor and liver metastasis has been advocated because of the benefits of avoiding a second operation, reduced morbidity, shorter treatment time, and similar outcomes. We report a case of simultaneous laparoscopic resection. The operative time was 350 minutes and the estimated blood loss was 500 mL. The patient required parenteral analgesia for less than 48 hours. Flatus was passed on postoperative day 3, and a solid diet was resumed on postoperative day 5. He was fully mobile on postoperative day 4 and was discharged 3 days later. With the advance of ... Read More »
» Published in J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A. 2006 Oct;16(5):486-8.
2. A systematic review of the efficacy of cesarean section in the preservation of anal continence.
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PURPOSE: Elective primary cesarean section is performed largely to avoid maternal pelvic trauma that may result in anal incontinence, although its efficacy in this regard has not been thoroughly assessed. We perform a systematic review of published reports that compare anal incontinence risk by mode of delivery. METHODS: PubMed was searched from 1966 through August 2005. Authors were contacted for missing data or analyses. Both randomized and nonrandomized reports were included. Eligible studies included females having vaginal delivery or cesarean section, fecal and/or flatal incontinence was ... Read More »
» Published in Dis Colon Rectum. 2006 Oct;49(10):1587-95.
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