First, color differences in the lesion's morphology and border as well as between the lesion and the surrounding area were observed for the suspected lesions found using WLE
. Then, white light magnification alone, BLI-contrast magnification, and BLI-bright magnification were used.
* 4 specimens were sent for HPE-neck dissection, WLE
tumour, occipital bone, dura.
2018 30 of 344 of 235 of 125 patients (8) patients (9) patients Vaginal fistula 15 6 3 Obstruction 1 4 14 Incontinence 10 5 8 Abscess/sepsis 4 4 1 Pain 5 4 Unknown 1 Table 2: Permanent stoma in anal SCC Non-reversed defunctioning stoma 24 Palliative stoma 9 Salvage APE 9 Primary APE 6 Permanent stoma 48 from 125 (38%) Table 3: Surgery for anal SCC Curative intent Primary APE 6 WLE
11 Pre-treatment stoma 30 Salvage APR 9 Palliative intent Stoma 9 Patients needing surgery for anal SCC 65 from 125 (52%)
Em todo esse trabalho ja realizado--apresentacoes em conferencias e publicacoes colaborativas--as colegas do grupo WLE
intercambiam mensagens, acoes, sonhos, sofrimento e triunfo.
Abbreviations OAC: Oesophageal adenocarcinoma BE: Barrett's oesophagus WLE
: White light endoscopy ML: Machine learning HD: High definition ACA: Acetic acid ND-BE: Nondysplastic Barrett's oesophagus D-BE: Dysplastic Barrett's oesophagus SpRs: Specialist Registrars.
failed due to net section fracture at the screws which is not considered in the FE model.
Only one of the WLE
specimens showed evidence of residual malignancy.
Generally, it has been our practice to perform surgery with radical local excision (RLE) or wide local excision (WLE
) and bilateral groin node dissection (BGND) that included inguinofemoral node removal in operable patients.
Many of these lesions were either focal or flat in appearance and were missed by conventional high-definition white-light endoscopy (WLE
) and narrowband imaging (NBI).
The power WLE
(I) of the waveform potential of each wavelet base reconstruction function can be obtained
Surgical management options included radical vulvectomy (RV), simple vulvectomy (SV), hemivulvectomy (HV), and wide local excisions (WLE
) with or without unilateral/bilateral inguinofemoral node dissections and iliac node dissections as required.
In the case of ADPA of the digit, reexcision may be accomplished by either wide local excision (WLE
) or partial digit amputation.