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  • Review|Open Access

    The importance of pathological quality control for rectal surgery

    Alice C. Westwood, Nick P. West
    Pathologists are an integral member of the colorectal multidisciplinary team and are able to closely interact with surgeons, radiologists and oncologists to facilitate improvements in surgical quality and patient outcomes. Accurate, high quality pathology reports containing all vital prognostic... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:38. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.50
    Published on: 31 Oct 2018  | Viewed:260  | Downloaded:21
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  • Review|Open Access

    Surgical management of hereditary colorectal cancer

    Peter C. Ambe, Gabriela Möslein
    Colorectal cancer (CRC) is one of the most common solid malignancies worldwide. Although sporadic CRC represents the most common form, genetic alterations is increasingly being identified in a relevant portion of patients with CRC. Familial CRC describes an increased incidence of adenomatous... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:37. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.45
    Published on: 28 Oct 2018  | Viewed:269  | Downloaded:27
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  • Original Article|Open Access

    Outcomes of radical surgical management in liver hydatid cysts: 7 years center experience

    Wael Mansy, Morsi Mohamed, Sameh Saber
    Aim: To evaluate our experience of radical treatment in management of liver hydatid cyst. As liver is considered the organ most frequently infected with hydatid disease. Methods: We performed a retrospective study concerning surgical management of liver hydatid cyst at Advanced... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:36. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.48
    Published on: 23 Oct 2018  | Viewed:243  | Downloaded:8
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  • Review|Open Access

    The role of splenic flexure mobilization in laparoscopic rectal surgery for rectal cancer

    Tao-Wei Ke, Christian Ross Geniales, William Tzu-Liang Chen
    Laparoscopic surgery for the treatment of colorectal cancer has gained an enormous advantage as compared to the traditional approach in terms of patient benefits. Although it has gained popularity among surgeons, there are still some contentious issues especially in laparoscopic rectal surgery.... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:35. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.46
    Published on: 9 Oct 2018  | Viewed:555  | Downloaded:32
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  • Review|Open Access

    Minimally invasive contact X-ray brachytherapy as an alternative option in patients with rectal cancer not suitable for bespoke surgical resection

    Arthur Sun Myint, Jean Pierre Gerard
    Surgery remains the gold standard treatment for rectal cancer. All published guidelines and most protocols recommend surgery as the standard of care. However, non-surgical management of rectal cancer is increasingly gaining acceptance as it avoids extirpative surgery and a stoma. In patients who... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:34. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.52
    Published on: 7 Oct 2018  | Viewed:481  | Downloaded:18
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  • Original Article|Open Access

    Laparoscopic hepatectomy for benign hepatic lesions: short and long-term outcomes including quality-of-life evaluation

    Sergio Renato Pais-Costa, Olímpia Alves Teixeira Lima, Guilherme Crispim Costa, Sandro José Martins
    Aim: Even though laparoscopic hepatectomy (LH) has proved to be both safe and effective in specialized centers; the restricted indications for resection in the case of benign liver lesions has resulted in poorly reported outcomes. Our aim was to describe the short and long-term results of LH to... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue New trends in minimally invasive management of liver tumors
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:33. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.33
    Published on: 29 Sep 2018  | Viewed:321  | Downloaded:9
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  • Review|Open Access

    Enhanced recovery after rectal surgery: what we have learned so far

    Giovanni D. Tebala, Ayeshah Gordon-Dixon, Mohammad Imtiaz, Ashish Shrestha, Mohamed Toeima
    Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocols are gradually becoming the gold standard in the perioperative management of rectal patients. It is a multimodal and multidisciplinary approach that has the great merit to involve and empower the patient and bring him or her back to the centre of... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:32. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.37
    Published on: 28 Sep 2018  | Viewed:516  | Downloaded:22
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  • Review|Open Access

    Reduced-port surgery for rectal cancer

    Takashi Ishida, Kohei Shigeta, Koji Okabayashi, Masashi Tsuruta, Hirotoshi Hasegawa, Yuko Kitagawa
    Laparoscopic surgery for rectal cancer has short-term and long-term oncological outcomes similar to those of open surgery. Conventional multiport laparoscopic surgery (CMLS) for rectal cancer requires four or five abdominal incisions for trocars, each of which could lead to complications and/or... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:31. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.53
    Published on: 28 Sep 2018  | Viewed:335  | Downloaded:10
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  • Review|Open Access

    Current state of transanal minimally invasive surgery in the management of rectal cancer

    Arman Erkan, Justin J. Kelly, John R. T. Monson
    Rectal cancer surgery has undergone a rapid change over the last few decades. We have come a long way from abdominoperineal resection to minimally invasive sphincter preserving techniques. Colorectal cancer screening programs made it possible to diagnose patients at earlier stages and this has... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:30. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.51
    Published on: 26 Sep 2018  | Viewed:537  | Downloaded:27
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  • Review|Open Access

    Open or laparoscopic resection: does approach matter?

    Ebru Esen, Cihangir Akyol
    In colon cancer surgery, laparoscopic resection is a safer and more feasible method than open resection; however, despite its increasing popularity in recent years, laparoscopic approaches for the treatment of rectal cancer have not become a standard therapy option, due to the technical... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:29. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.32
    Published on: 26 Sep 2018  | Viewed:464  | Downloaded:22
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  • Original Article|Open Access

    Effect of mental training on short-term psychomotor skill acquisition in laparoscopic surgery - a pilot study

    Mohammad K Riaz, Abdul Muiz Shariffuddin, Benjie Tang, Afshin Alijani
    Aim: The mental demands of laparoscopic surgery create a steep learning curve for surgical trainees. Experienced surgeons informally conduct mental training prior to starting a complex laparoscopic procedure. Reconstructing haptic feedback to mentally observe surgeon-instrument-tissue interaction... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:28. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.41
    Published on: 15 Sep 2018  | Viewed:932  | Downloaded:16
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  • Original Article|Open Access

    Clinical feasibility of sphincter-preserving resection with transanal rectal dissection for low-lying rectal cancer in Japanese patients: a single-center cohort study

    Kimihiko Funahashi, Junichi Koike, Hiroyuki Shiokawa, Mitsunori Ushigome, Tomoaki Kaneko, Satoru Kagami, Takamaru Koda, Tatsuo Teramoto
    Aim: Recently, the transanal down-to-up rectal dissection, a new approach to improve the difficult total mesorectal excision (TME) for low-lying rectal cancer, has been popularized. This study assessed the long-term oncologic and functional outcomes after sphincter-preserving resection combined... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:27. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.28
    Published on: 28 Aug 2018  | Viewed:557  | Downloaded:26
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  • Original Article|Open Access

    Repeat thermal ablation for local progression of lung tumours: how safe and efficacious is it?

    Henry Zhao, Satomi Okano, Anita Pelecanos, Karin Steinke
    Aim: To retrospectively evaluate the safety and efficacy of repeat thermal ablation for local progression of lung tumours after prior ablation(s). Methods: From December 2009 to March 2017, 13 patients underwent repeat ablation [11 repeat microwave ablations and 2 repeat radiofrequency ablations]... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:26. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.27
    Published on: 28 Aug 2018  | Viewed:490  | Downloaded:12
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  • Review|Open Access

    Completion proctectomy following transanal endoscopic microsurgery for early rectal cancer

    Katarina Levic-Souzani, Orhan Bulut
    Transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEM) has proven to be a safe and effective procedure in removal of rectal lesions and may be used in treatment of early rectal cancer in selected patients. In cases when the TEM specimen shows non-radical resection, or histological high-risk factors, completion... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:25. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.35
    Published on: 16 Aug 2018  | Viewed:401  | Downloaded:19
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  • Review|Open Access

    Is laparoscopic rectal surgery really not non-inferior?

    Peter F. O’Donohue, Conor D. Warren, Carina F. K. Chow
    Laparoscopic rectal surgery has gained popularity over the last 20 years. Currently there are still questions surrounding the safety and efficacy of this technique as compared to the traditional open modalities. To date, despite the initial enthusiasm for laparoscopic rectal surgery this... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:24. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.34
    Published on: 14 Aug 2018  | Viewed:457  | Downloaded:35
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  • Case Report|Open Access

    Endoscopic ultrasound-guided drainage of the biliary tree in malignant obstruction

    Elia Armellini, Fabrizio Mazza, Marco Ballarè, Giulio Donato, Marco Orsello, Pietro Occhipinti
    Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) with stenosis stenting is the procedure of choice for treatment of malignant biliary obstruction. It has a low failure rate (< 5%-10% in cases of normal anatomy). The traditional alternative is radiological percutaneous drainage with a... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue New trends in minimally invasive management of liver tumors
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:23. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.07
    Published on: 10 Aug 2018  | Viewed:518  | Downloaded:23
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  • Review|Open Access

    The role of transanal total mesorectal excision in rectal surgery

    Shlomo Yellinek, Steven D. Wexner
    Transanal total mesorectal excision (TaTME) is the newest approach for the resection of rectal cancer, according to the principles of TME. The evolution of TaTME started almost 40 years ago and is a combination of several important developments in both micro-endoscopic surgery and transanal... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:22. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.17
    Published on: 2 Aug 2018  | Viewed:1792  | Downloaded:97
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  • Original Article|Open Access

    Laparoscopic and endoscopic cooperative surgery for non-ampullary duodenal epithelial neoplasms

    Hiroki Toma, Kazuhiro Haraguchi, Kei Fujii, Tomonari Kobarai, Ichio Hirota, Toru Eguchi
    Aim: We herein describe our initial experience of laparoscopic and endoscopic cooperative surgery (LECS) for non-ampullary duodenal epithelial neoplasms (NADENs) and reveal its clinical significance. Methods: This study included 5 consecutive patients treated by LECS for NADENs between April 2015... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:21. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.24
    Published on: 31 Jul 2018  | Viewed:938  | Downloaded:20
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  • Review|Open Access

    Functional results and quality of life after transanal total mesorectal excision

    Paola De Nardi
    This is a narrative review on ano-rectal, sexual, urinary, and quality of life outcomes after transanal total mesorectal excision (TME). Little is known on this topic as only a few studies are currently available in the literature. According to these, it appears that the functional results and... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:20. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.30
    Published on: 24 Jul 2018  | Viewed:904  | Downloaded:48
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  • Review|Open Access

    Minimal invasive approach for beyond total mesorectal excision/extended resections in rectal cancer

    Naveena A. N. Kumar, Praveen Kammar, Avanish Saklani
    Minimal invasive surgery (MIS) is an accepted modality of treatment for rectal cancer. The indications for MIS have gradually been extended to locally advanced and locally recurrent rectal cancer as a result of technological advances in instrumentation, advances in surgical techniques, increased... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:19. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.26
    Published on: 23 Jul 2018  | Viewed:1109  | Downloaded:26
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  • Review|Open Access

    Is robotic rectal resection the preferred option for resectable cancer?

    Hanumant Chouhan, James Shin, Seon-Hahn Kim
    The ultimate goal of rectal cancer surgery is to achieve a negative circumferential, distal resection margin and intact mesorectal excision; however, controversy remains as to what is the best approach. Based on the current evidence, open surgery remains the “gold standard”, however recent... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:18. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.40
    Published on: 20 Jul 2018  | Viewed:562  | Downloaded:27
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  • Review|Open Access

    The treatment of early rectal cancer in the era of adjuvant and neo-adjuvant therapy

    Michael G. Thomas, David E. Messenger, Katherine Gash
    The accurate staging of rectal cancer improves the stratification of patients for adjuvant therapy. Staging of tumor with endoluminal ultrasonography (EUS) shows a good correlation with histology (κ = 0.85; 95% confidence interval 0.76-0.95). Overall pT and pN stage accuracy of EUS was 92% and... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue A bespoke approach to rectal cancer resection and management
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:17. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.25
    Published on: 18 Jul 2018  | Viewed:480  | Downloaded:25
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  • Meta-Analysis|Open Access

    Maternal and fetal delivery outcomes in pregnancies following bariatric surgery: a meta-analysis of the literature

    Brittanie Young, Samantha Drew, Christopher Ibikunle, Aliu Sanni
    Aim: The objective of this study is to evaluate maternal and fetal outcomes following pregnancies after bariatric surgery as compared to the general population affected by obesity. Methods: A systematic review was conducted through MEDLINE, Cochrane, and EMBASE to identify relevant studies from... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:16. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2017.50
    Published on: 28 Jun 2018  | Viewed:1775  | Downloaded:61
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  • Original Article|Open Access

    Pfannenstiel vs. midline incision for urinary diversion, following minimally invasive radical cystectomy: single center experience

    Gopal Ramdas Tak, Arvind P. Ganpule, Abhishek G. Singh, Aditya Pratap Singh Sengar, Mohankumar Vijayakumar, Sudharsan S. Balaji, Ravindra B. Sabnis, Mahesh R. Desai
    Aim: The present study is to assess the morbidity on comparing Pfannenstiel vs. midline incision following minimally invasive radical cystectomy. Methods: This is a retrospective comparative study from February 2004 to February 2017 and the number of patients studied was 116. Patients were... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:15. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.05
    Published on: 31 May 2018  | Viewed:790  | Downloaded:17
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    Laparoscopic intra-peritoneal onlay mesh plus repair for ventral abdominal wall hernias - is there substance to the hype?

    Kalpesh Jani
    Aim: To summarize our experience in laparoscopic intra-peritoneal onlay mesh (IPOM) plus repair for ventral abdominal wall hernias over a 10-year period. Methods: All patients posted for laparoscopic repair of midline lower abdominal ventral hernia on an intention to treat basis were included in... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:14. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.08
    Published on: 28 May 2018  | Viewed:2261  | Downloaded:41
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  • Case Report|Open Access

    Duplicated gallbladder with obstructive jaundice: a case report with video

    Iman Ghaderi, Eleisha Flanagan, Suneet Bhansali, Timothy M. Farrell
    A 38-year-old male presented with painful obstructive jaundice. Ultrasound showed biliary dilatation and a duplicated gallbladder (DG). Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) imaging confirmed the diagnosis of DG and raised the suspicion of a stricture in the distal common bile duct.... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:13. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2017.52
    Published on: 28 May 2018  | Viewed:842  | Downloaded:14
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  • Review|Open Access

    Robotic and laparoscopic urologic surgery ischemic preconditioning

    Murat Zor, Kubra Ozgok Kangal
    Laparoscopic and robotic assisted surgeries have evolved from a limited surgical procedure to a major surgical technique during the last three decades. The indications increased incrementally. Despite its several advantages, it has some surgery and pneumoperitoneum related adverse effects and... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue Complications of Urologic Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:12. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2017.34
    Published on: 15 May 2018  | Viewed:438  | Downloaded:21
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  • Original Article|Open Access

    A skill degradation in laparoscopic surgery after a long absence: assessment based on nephrectomy case

    Toru Sugihara, Hideo Yasunaga, Hiroki Matsui, Akira Ishikawa, Tetsuya Fujimura, Hiroshi Fukuhara, Kiyohide Fushimi, Yukio Homma, Haruki Kume
    Aim: To examine the laparoscopic skill-degradation effect by investigating whether a long absence from laparoscopic surgery increases laparoscopic surgery time. Methods: Using the Japanese Diagnosis Procedure Combination database from April 2010 to March 2012, data for patients undergoing... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:11. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.14
    Published on: 14 May 2018  | Viewed:639  | Downloaded:28
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  • Original Article|Open Access

    Does intra-operative cardiac output monitoring improve outcomes for patients undergoing elective colorectal surgery within an enhanced recovery programme?

    Muhammad Imran Aslam, Harriet Smith, Chelise Currow, Nadia Akhtar, Julia Merchant, Richard Evans, Ugochukwu Ihedioha, Peter Kang
    Aim: Intra-operative cardiac output (CO) monitoring became a standard of care in Northampton General Hospital, UK, at the end of 2013. This study aimed to assess the effectiveness of intra-operative CO monitoring with oesophageal Doppler or LiDCO for patients undergoing elective colorectal... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:10. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2017.42
    Published on: 27 Apr 2018  | Viewed:797  | Downloaded:35
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  • Original Article|Open Access

    Towards safe and efficient cervical dilatation

    Avinoam Tzabari, Amnon Weichselbaum, Michael Stark
    Aim: Traditional methods of cervical dilatation such as Hegar rods and laminaria are associated with the damage leading to the risk of cervical incompetence or require two sessions with higher risk of infections. In this study, a new dilator based on expanding triple balloons is assessed.... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:9. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.11
    Published on: 27 Apr 2018  | Viewed:1599  | Downloaded:45
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  • Case Report|Open Access

    Successful treatment for infected biloma after endoscopic ultrasound-guided hepaticogastrostomy using double stent placement technique

    Takeshi Ogura, Atsushi Okuda, Akira Miyano, Nobu Nishioka, Kazuhide Higuchi
    This case report describes a treatment of an elderly man who had undergone pancreaticoduodenectomy (Whipple Procedure) due to bile duct cancer. Herein, we describe technical tips of endoscopic ultrasound (EUS)-guided hepaticojejunostomy EUS-HJS combined with EUS-guided antegrade stenting (EUS-AS)... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:8. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2017.48
    Published on: 23 Apr 2018  | Viewed:845  | Downloaded:31
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  • Review|Open Access

    Robotic urologic surgery complications

    Erdem Koc, Abdullah Erdem Canda
    Robot-assisted surgery is a commonly performed procedure in the recent urological approach. The scientific data that reveal the complication rates also tend to increase by the rising popularity of the robot-assisted surgeries in the treatment of urological cancers. Patient characteristics, nature... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue Complications of Urologic Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:7. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2017.33
    Published on: 16 Apr 2018  | Viewed:505  | Downloaded:30
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  • Original Article|Open Access

    Laparoscopic transgastric resection of gastric submucosal tumor located near the esophagogastric junction

    Pablo Priego, Marta Cuadrado, Francisca García-Moreno, Pedro Carda, Julio Galindo
    Aim: Laparoscopic wedge resection is widely accepted as the choice of treatment for gastric submucosal tumors (GST). However, tumors on the posterior wall at the esophagogastric junction (EGJ) are difficult to approach. Laparoscopic transgastric resection (LTR) is a novel technique to remove... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:6. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2018.01
    Published on: 8 Apr 2018  | Viewed:1094  | Downloaded:48
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    Magnetic resonance imaging study of orthotic balloon brace used for the treatment of pectus carinatum

    Clifton Ewbank, Olajire Idowu, Taylor Chung, Sunghoon Kim
    Aim: A compressive orthotic brace is considered the first line therapy for patients with pectus carinatum. We designed a brace made of a non-metallic binder equipped with a balloon which can be insufflated to apply variable compression pressure to chondrogladiolar pectus carinatum. The study... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:5. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2017.51
    Published on: 21 Mar 2018  | Viewed:1025  | Downloaded:47
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  • Review|Open Access

    Complications of robotic and laparoscopic urologic surgery relevant to anesthesia

    Muhammed Ersagun Arslan, Ayşegül Özgök
    Technology keeps advancing in this era allowing surgery to become less invasive in many surgical sciences. Besides these technological advances, minimally invasive procedures such as laparoscopy and robotic assisted laparoscopy are preferred widely around the globe by both surgeons and patients.... Read more
    This article belongs to the Special Issue Complications of Urologic Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:4. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2017.31
    Published on: 16 Mar 2018  | Viewed:1131  | Downloaded:57
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    Upper gastrointestinal surgeon attitudes towards management of refractory gastroesophageal reflux disease in obese patients

    Waleed Al-Khyatt, Sherif Awad, Paul Leeder
    Aim: The marked increase in prevalence of obesity has been associated with an increase in obese patients seeking surgical treatment for refractory gastroesophageal reflux disease (GORD). The management of GORD in such patients remains contentious with no published guidelines. Methods: A snapshot... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:3. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2017.49
    Published on: 28 Feb 2018  | Viewed:3024  | Downloaded:163
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  • Case Report|Open Access

    RETRACTED ARTICLE: Complete amenorrhea following NovaSure endometrial ablation for resistant menorrhagia: a case report

    Ibrahim A. Abdelazim, Mohannad AbuFaza, Rania H. Farag
    Heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) or menorrhagia is the most common form of dysfunctional uterine bleeding (DUB). In spite of medical treatment for DUB, many women will eventually require a hysterectomy, which is an invasive treatment option. NovaSure ablation offers a same day non-invasive... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:2. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2017.30
    Published on: 27 Feb 2018  | Viewed:1624  | Downloaded:37
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  • Case Report|Open Access

    Paucisymptomatic gastric anisakiasis: endoscopical removal of Anisakis sp. larva

    Rossella Palma, Simonetta Mattiucci, Cristina Panetta, Marilena Raniolo, Fabio Massimo Magliocca, Stefano Pontone
    Anisakiasis is increasing worldwide, even in Europe and in the Mediterranean region due to the increased practice of raw fish consumption. Usually, a detailed food history is the key to the diagnosis. A 52-year-old woman affected by pathological obesity underwent esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD)... Read more
    Mini-invasive Surg 2018;2:1. | doi:10.20517/2574-1225.2017.40
    Published on: 16 Jan 2018  | Viewed:2778  | Downloaded:145
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