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TitleStaging Laparoscopy [electronic resource] / edited by Peter Hohenberger, K. Conlon
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2002
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-56290-7
Descript XVII, 181 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Laparoscopy in combination with laparoscopic ultrasonography is a new staging procedure for tumors of the abdomen. The treatment of several other tumor entities, such as pancreatic and gastric cancer, lymphoma, ovarian cancer, liver malignancies, is also improved by more accurate staging. Laparoscopic staging helps prevent unnecessary laparotomies, provides much less trauma to the patient, maximum information on tumor spread, and enables palliative procedures to be performed during the staging procedure. This book provides detailed guidelines on the aim and technique of laparoscopic staging and discusses the pathophysiological aspects and risks of laparoscopic staging (such as trocar metastases) on the basis of international experience


CONTENT

Basic Aspects -- Technical Aspects of Pneumoperitoneum and Gasless Laparoscopy -- Equipment and Strategies of Staging Laparoscopy -- Pathophysiological Aspects of the Pneumoperitoneum -- Risk of Port Site Mรฉtastases -- Results and Strategies of Clinical Applications: Gastrointestinal Tract -- Staging Laparoscopy for Esophageal Cancer -- The Role of Laparoscopy in the Staging of Gastric Cancer -- Extended Diagnostic Laparoscopy in Gastric Cancer -- Laparoscopic Staging for Pancreatic Malignancy -- Laparoscopic Ultrasonography for Staging of Gastrointestinal Cancer -- Further Results and Strategies of Clinical Application -- Contribution to Initial Staging and Assessment of Treatment Results in Gynecologic Cancers -- Indications in Urologic Tumors -- Is There Any Role for the Laparoscopic Staging of Urologie Malignancies? -- Impact of Laparoscopy in Malignant Lymphomas


Medicine Oncology Minimally invasive surgery Medicine & Public Health Minimally Invasive Surgery Oncology



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