Comparison of NOSE and Conventional Methods in Laparoscopic Total Colon Surgery

2018-04-24 11:30:14 | BioPortfolio


Laparoscopic total colectomy (LTC) is an accepted surgical procedure for several colonic pathologies. Additionally, specimen extraction through the natural orifices is an emerging method when combined with the totally laparoscopic procedures. Our observations on natural orifice surgery was promising . In our daily surgical practice, investigators prefer the intracorporeal anastomosis and this study was conducted to compare the specimen extraction sites after LTC. Here investigators aimed to compare the results of conventional and natural orifice specimen extractions (NOSE) after totally LTCs.


compare the patient-selected NOSE method and conventional method in laparoscopic total colon surgery

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natural orifice


Inonu University




Inonu University

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