Debate 3 – Open vs. Laparoscopic Resection for a 4 cm Suspected Adrenal Cortical Carcinoma


Presented by W. Barry Inabnet, MD and L. Michael Brunt, MD at the SAGES 2013 Annual Meeting: SAGES/AAES – MIS Endocrine Postgraduate Course: Controversial Topics in MIS Endocrine Surgery

Keyword(s): AAES, abdominal fat, abdominal organs, adrenal bx, adrenal capsule, adrenal cortical carcinoma, adrenal incidentaloma, adrenal pathology, aldosteronoma, benign, BMI, cancer, controversial topics, convert, Cushing disease, dissemination, en bloc resection, false positive, German data, hernia, high resolution CT scan, hormone, hyperfunctional, hypertensive crisis, inflammation, kidney, lap approach, lap resection, lateral approach, LN, local infiltration, malignancy, malignant tumors, marsupialization, metastasis, metastatic disease, MIS endocrine surgery, muscle, no touch approach, obesity, open resection, pheochromocytomas, posterior approach, preop studies, primary adrenal lesion, radiographic imaging studies, retroperitoneal approach, surgical oncology, transabdominal approach, vena cava

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