Colorectal Surgery

Posted On 2018-07-04 09:03:08
Colorectal Surgery
Editors: Ye Xu, Francesco Ferrara, Orhan Bulut

Publisher: AME Publishing Company; 1st edition (2018)
ISBN-13: 978-9887891901
Hardcover: 197 pages
Language: English
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It is challenging for most clinicians to comprehensively and quickly grasp the forefront knowledge of colorectal cancer in an era of Big Data. In this book, therefore, we carefully collected a series of excellent articles contributed by international leading experts on colorectal cancer that cover the etiology, screening, surgical treatment and adjuvant radiochemotherapy of this malignancy by focusing on the hottest clinical issues and the most promising treatments. It includes practical chapters on single-port laparoscopic surgery, CT colonography, post-operative outcomes, transanal minimally invasive surgery, etc.
We are grateful for this opportunity to publish this book with the cooperation of AME Publish Company and thank the editors and the publisher for their outstanding job in bringing out this wonderful textbook. We hope those who read this book will gain new insights about the similarities and differences in how the West and East deliver colorectal cancer care.

Honorary Editors

Sanjun Cai Professor of Department of Colorectal Surgery, Chief Expert of Colorectal Cancer MDT, Fudan University Shanghai Cancer Center, China
Seok-Byung Lim Division of Colon & Rectal Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Ulsan College of Medicine and Asan Medical Center, 88 Olympic-ro 43-gil, Songpa-gu, Seoul 05505, Republic of Korea
Masaaki ItoDepartment of Colorectal Surgery, National Cancer Center Hospital East, Chiba, Japan

Editors

Ye XuProfessor of Surgery, Executive Deputy Director of Colorectal Surgery, Fudan University Shanghai Cancer Center, China
Francesco FerraraDepartment of Surgery, San Carlo Borromeo Hospital, Milan, Italy
Orhan BulutDepartment of Surgical Gastroenterology, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, University of Copenhagen, Kettegaards allé 30, DK-2650 Hvidovre, Denmark

Associate Editors

Young Wan KimDepartment of Surgery, Yonsei University Wonju College of Medicine, 20 Ilsan-ro, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do, 26426, Republic of Korea
Anastasios J. KarayiannakisSecond Department of Surgery, Democritus University of Thrace, Medical School, Alexandroupolis 68 100, Greece
Table of Contents
Foreword
Preface
Etiology of Colorectal Cancer
1 The bacteria-hypothesis of colorectal cancer: pathogenetic and therapeutic implications
Screening of Colorectal Cancer
11 Risk of colorectal cancer after detection and removal of adenomas at colonoscopy
13 Colorectal cancer screening: are stool and blood based tests good enough?
20 Improved colorectal cancer screening: a new option and opportunity
23 What is the optimal interval for screening colonoscopy after diagnosis of a colorectal adenoma?
Surgical Treatment of Colorectal Cancer
26 Current surgical considerations for colorectal cancer
35 Surgical management of colorectal cancer: the Fudan University Shanghai Cancer Center experience
42 Considering value in rectal cancer surgery
45 Indocyanine green uorescence angiography during laparoscopic rectal surgery
49 Contrast-enhanced CT colonography for colorectal cancer localization in laparoscopic surgery
51 New competency assessment tool for laparoscopic colorectal surgery
54 Single-port laparoscopic surgery for colorectal cancer: how can we move forward?
57 Single port laparoscopic colorectal surgery: what did we learn from the ECSPECT prospective multicenter registry study?
60 Comparison between laparoscopic and open surgery in stage II and III colorectal cancer using propensity score matching
63 Is previous abdominal surgery still a contraindication for laparoscopic surgery in colorectal cancer patients?
66 Transversus abdominis plane block in laparoscopic colorectal surgery
68 Post-operative outcomes in robotic and laparoscopic colorectal surgery
71 Laparoscopic vs. robotic colorectal resections: new insights from the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program
73 Improving preoperative endoscopic localization of colon and rectal tumours
75 Colorectal endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) could reduce the need for surgery of colonic polyps in the West
79 Is lymph node metastasis the only concern in high-risk submucosal colorectal cancer following endoscopic resection?
82 Commentary on transanal minimally invasive surgery for rectal lesions
85 Transanal minimally invasive surgery (TAMIS): validating short and long-term bene ts for excision of benign and early stage rectal cancers
90 Transanal approach for rectal tumors: recent updates and future perspectives
101 Transanal minimally invasive surgery is becoming more commonly used for rectal lesions
104 Modular approach for single docking robotic colorectal surgery
Treatment of Colorectal Metastases
106 Surgical treatment of colorectal liver metastases
115 Multidisciplinary approach and targeted agents increase resectability of liver-limited metastases from colorectal cancer
119 Hepatic resection, hepatic arterial infusion pump therapy, and genetic biomarkers in the management of hepatic metastases from colorectal cancer
129 Laparoscopic liver resections in two stages for the treatment of colorectal metastases: a review
134 Are the clinical risk scores of survival after colorectal liver metastases still valuable in the era of laparoscopic liver surgery?
136 Comparison of laparoscopic versus open liver resection for colorectal liver metastases using propensity score matching
139 Abdominal metastases from colorectal cancer: intraperitoneal therapy
Adjuvant Radiochemotherapy of Colorectal Cancer
145 Neoadjuvant chemoradiation therapy for rectal cancer: current status and perspectives for the surgeon
154 Hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapic perfusion in colorectal cancer
Treatment of Postoperative Complications After Rectal Cancer Surgery
169 The in uence of anastomotic leakage on patients’ outcomes after rectal cancer surgery
171 Implication of the low anterior resection syndrome (LARS) score for bowel dysfunction after rectal cancer surgery with symptomatic anastomotic leakage

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