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Minimally invasive colorectal resection is associated with persistently elevated levels of Interleukin-8(IL8) during the first month after surgery that may promote residual cancer growth and metastasis

Hmc Shantha Kumara, PhD, Hiromichi Miyagaki, MD, Xiaohong Yan, PhD, Myers A Elizabeth, MD, Sonali A C Herath, BS, Joon J Jang, MD, Linda Njoh, MS, Vesna Cekic, RN, Richard L Whelan, MD Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Department of Surgery, St Luke-Roosevelt Hospital Center, Suite 7B, 425 West, 59th Street, New York, NY… Continue Reading »

Laparoscopic Management of Abdominal Lesions of the NEM-1 Syndrome. Experience Gastrointestinal Service in Colombia.

Evelyn A Dorado, MD Unit Laparoscopic Surgery CES University INTRODUCTION: Multiple endocrine neoplasias (MEN) are syndromes inherited as autosomal dominant. The application of the techniques of molecular biology has made possible the identification of the genes causing MEN 1 and 2.the incidence of 1/300 to 50.000 cases and affected glands are endocrine (pituitary, parathyroid ,enteropancreatic… Continue Reading »

Totally Laparoscopic Enterolithotomy for Gallstone Ileus

Alejandro Rodriguez-Garcia, MD, Morris E Franklin, MD, FACS, Cristopher Salzman, MD, Felice Ferri, MD, Zanndor Del Real-Romo, Mario Rodarte-Shade Texas Endosurgery Institute, Tecnologico de Monterrey Laparoscopic enterolithotomy for the managment of gallstone ileus was first reported in 1994. Despite this, to date, experience seems to be limited to a small number of case reports or… Continue Reading »

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