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  • [Optimization of surgical care for the hemorrhagic colorectal cancer]. [Journal Article]
  • KKhirurgiia (Mosk) 2019; (4):30-36
  • Shabunin AV, Bagateliya ZA, … Tzurkan VA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Acute surgery for hemorrhagic colorectal cancer should only be carried out by appropriately trained surgeons in multi-specialty hospital. Endoscopy and arterial embolization are the most effective means of successfully controlling hemorrhage while minimizing potential complications. A bridging strategy may be a valid alternative in some of patients with hemorrhagic colorectal cancer, because a significantly lower postoperative mortality rate.
  • A successful case of laparoscopic colorectal cancer resection in an elderly patient with factor XI deficiency. [Journal Article]
  • SCSurg Case Rep 2019 May 22; 5(1):84
  • Kondo H, Hirano Y, … Yamaguchi S
  • CONCLUSIONS: It is important to detect coagulation disorders such as FXI deficiency during routine preoperative checkups, and it is also important to consider unrecognized coagulation disorders if we encounter unexplained abnormal bleeding after surgery or trauma. In patients who have already been diagnosed with FXI deficiency, appropriate treatment including administration of FFP should be considered before surgery, and laparoscopic approach has a possibility to bring safety outcomes as an effect of the reduction of the intraoperative bleeding.
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