colectomy

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colectomy

[kə′lek·tə·mē]
(medicine)
Excision of all or a portion of the colon.
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Third, the surveillance estimates for surgical procedures in this study only represent hospital inpatient records and do not include procedures performed in outpatient clinics, or small bowel resections and colon resections conducted for first-listed diagnosis codes other than Crohn's disease.
The robotically assisted colon resection procedures were completed in Asuncion, Paraguay, as part of the safety and feasibility trial for the technology.
The patient underwent right colon resection with ileocolic anastomosis followed by with 20 cycles of FOLFOX-6.
0) and an ICD-9 procedure code for colon resection (45.
13) A close review of the colorectal literature, however, reveals that MBP does not affect anastomotic leakage in patients who undergo planned colon resection and primary re-anastomosis.
To date, no prospective study has reported the long-term results (recurrence and bowel habits) of sigmoid colon resection with PRA or HP.
Patients who had undergone colon resection or had a history of previous colorectal cancer or dysplasia were excluded from the study; patients with liver transplant were not excluded.
Detorsion, colopexy or partial colon resection has been proposed.
As a result, the patient underwent a hysterectomy, a bilateral salpingooopohorectomy, and a sigmoid colon resection with colostomy.
US researchers analyzed data from 115,250 patients who underwent colon resection (removal of a part of the colon) for both cancerous and non-cancerous diseases at 1,045 hospitals in 38 states from 2001 through 2005, a private news channel reported.
The rationale for immediate colon resection was to prevent future symptoms and complications from the primary tumour.
In all, 90% of the patients had extensive colitis, and 31% had undergone segmental colon resection.