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En bloc resection resulted in similar or more recurrence rate than curettage, probably because of higher radiological grade or local tissue contamination.
All parameters (procedure time, specimen size, injection frequency, en bloc resection status and gastric perforations) were successfully recorded by an independent observer for each procedure.
Successful long-term results of surgical en bloc resection and replacement with nonvascularized, autologous fibular, or tibial graft have already been reported in the literature [25].
For the en bloc resection, a fusiform 40 cm long skin incision starting at the umbilicus was made along the midline.
Subgroup analysis indicated that, compared with NS, other submucosal injection solutions significantly increased en bloc resection rate ([I.
Group C' (14 patients) of multicystic (solid) amelo- blastomas were treated aggressively with segmental or en bloc resection.
Oh, but he noted that the 5-year follow-up was longer for the en bloc resection patients than for the others.
At this stage, with the consent of the family, she underwent en bloc resection of the tumour through an anterior approach and then anterior cervical fixation was performed (Figure-2)
En bloc resection or enucleation with peripheral ostectomy results in the best outcome.
The patient underwent a complete en bloc resection of the stomal site, the Monti, a partial cuff of bladder, and 2 loops of bowel adjacent to the Monti that were adherent and possibly involved.
We present a case of a quinary debulking consisting of an en bloc resection of an ovarian cancer implant extending from the hepatic dome to the pulmonary parenchyma through the full thickness of the diaphragm.
The patient then underwent en bloc resection of the tumor (sternum, medial clavicular head, and part of pectoralis major).