Clinical recurrence and re-resection rates after extensive vs. segmental colectomy in Crohn’s colitis: a retrospective cohort study
Conclusions Segmental resection with primary anastomosis can be safely performed in patients with limited Crohn’s colitis with reasonable clinical recurrence rates.
ConclusionsT-CPT correlated well with microscopic scores. F-CPT and PUCAI appear to be better predictors of unfavorable outcome in patients with UC.
ConclusionTotal laparoscopic surgery was effective for colonic leiomyoma with an abdominal mesh to avoid mesh-related complications.
DiscussionThe “peek port” approach to the patients with a potentially hostile abdomen allows for prompt assessment of intraperitoneal conditions and is associated with an overall low rate of conversion from laparoscopy to laparotomy during colectomy. This technique may reduce expense and morbidity for patient s who ultimately require laparotomy, while allowing some patients with complex disease to be managed laparoscopically who would not normally be considered for a minimally invasive procedure.
ConclusionMIS patients reported improved PRO on selected QOL measures early in the recovery period compared to open. There was no difference in long-term QOL data between MIS and open patients. Two-thirds (61%) of patients reported being fully recovered at 6 months with MIS patients being more likely to report a complete recovery.
Conclusion Geriatric patients undergoing surgery for UC are not at increased risk of surgery-related morbidity or mortality compared with a younger cohort.
CONCLUSION A clinically applicable calculator using preoperative variables to predict postoperative mortality for patients with FCDC was developed and externally validated. This calculator may help guide preoperative decision making. LEVEL OF EVIDENCE Prognostic and epidemiological study, level III.
Conclusions: This minimally invasive technique, with intersphincteric resection and dissection close to the rectal wall, theoretically reduces morbidity and the damage to the autonomic pelvic nerves.
ConclusionsRobotic NOSES for colorectal cancer is safe and feasible. However, its long-term outcomes needs further investigation.Legal entity responsible for the studyXu Jianmin, Colorectal Surgery Department, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University.FundingHas not received any funding.DisclosureAll authors have declared no conflicts of interest.
CONCLUSION: Vedolizumab was effective in induction and maintenance of clinical response and remission in CD and UC, with no new safety signs.RESUMO CONTEXTO: H á escassez de dados sobre a eficácia e segurança do vedolizumabe nas doenças inflamatórias intestinais na América Latina. OBJETIVO: Descrever a primeira experiência observacional de mundo real com vedolizumabe em pacientes latino-americanos com doenças inflamatórias intestinais. MÉTODOS : Estudo retrospectivo multicêntrico observacional de pacientes com doença de Crohn (DC) e retocolit...
Conditions: Endometriosis; Quality of Life Intervention: Procedure: Surgical procedures( conventional laparoscopic and NOSE technique) for the treatment of colorectal DIE Sponsor: Semmelweis University Recruiting