Laparoscopic Partial Splenectomy is Safe and Effective in Patients With Focal Benign Splenic Lesion

 

Presented by Xin Wang, PhD, Yongbin Li, PhD, Hua Zhang, PhD, Bing Peng, PhD; Department of Hepatobiliopancreatic surgery, West China Hospital, Chengdu, China
at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent Session SS1 MIS/Solid Organ


surgical technique–1:17
periop data–2:50
6 mo follow up–3:57
conclusions–4:27


Keyword(s): benign splenic tumors, bipolar coagulation device, blood loss, blood vessel, complication, conversion, current study, demarcation line, dissection, dx, fluid collection, focal benign splenic lesion, follow up, hemangioma, hemostasis, hospital stay, immune system, indication, indications, lap partial splenectomy, ligate, long-term complications, LOS, lower pole splenectomy, lymphangioma, main steps, marsupialization, mobilization, nonparasitic cyst, observe, operative time, pain, parenchyma, patient safety, periop data, portal vein thrombosis, postop, postop complications, postop stay, predisposition, primary indications, QOL, questionnaire, reproducible, resected, results, retain splenic function, safe and effective, selected patients, splenic injury, splenic regrowth, splenic related disease, splenoplexy, subtotal splenectomy, surgical technique, transfusion, trauma, tumor size, ultrasonic dissection, upper pole splenectomy, younger patients

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