Defining the limits of transanal excision


Presented by Dana R. Sands, MD at the SAGES 2013 Annual Meeting; SAGES/ISLCRS/ASCRS Symposium – Optimizing Outcomes in Rectal Cancer

LE trends–13 sec
transanal excision limits–40 sec
rectal cx tx options–1:07

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