Case Scenarios #2


Presented by Sharon Stein, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Pre-operative Pelvic Surgery, Benign and Malignant – What is the Big Deal

post tx CT–13:45

Keyword(s): adhesions, anastomosis, benign, bladder, bladder dome, bladder involvement, brachytherapy catheters, bx, cancer, cancer operation, CEA, chemo RT, coccyx, colonoscope, contraindicate, credentialing, CT A/P, cysto, distal margin, documentation, endoscopic view, endoscopy, exoneration, fibrotic adhesions, field of resection, flex sig, follow up, GI bleed, haziness, images, intraluminal, intraperitoneal, invasion, lap IORT, lesion, level of anastomosis, LN, low threshold, luminal component, LVI, male, malignant, mesenteric, mesorectal component, mesorectal disease, mesorectum, mobilize, MRI, mucosa, negative margins, neoadjuvant therapy, op notes, op report, open LAR, open surgery, pathology report, pelvic surgery, pelvis, pelvis staging, PET, Pfannenstiehl, physicist, plane, post tx, radiation therapist, records review, rectal cancer, rectum, recurrence, reoperative, resection margins, SB injury, segmental resection, slides, specimen, staging modality, studies, surgical approach, tenesmus, tissue blocks, trigone, tx, tx decision, urologist, video, work up

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