lobectomy

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lobectomy

[lō′bek·tə·mē]
(medicine)
Surgical removal of a lobe of an organ, particularly of a lung.
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Data from medical records of all patients having undergone pulmonary resection procedures with a high risk of POAF (1) (lobectomies, bilobectomies and pneumonectomies) between November 2012 and May 2015 were included in the study.
In our experience, we have found that most thyroid surgeries, both lobectomies and total thyroidectomies, can be performed through an incision of 2.0 to 6.0 cm.
At that time there were no effective anti-TB drug and many patients underwent operations of lobectomies pneumonectomies also performed other thoracic operations on patients suffering from empyemas lung abscesses malignancies etc.
At that time there were no effective anti-TB drug and many patients underwent operations of lobectomies, pneumonectomies - also performed other thoracic operations on patients suffering from empyemas, lung abscesses, malignancies etc.
The lack of a single sensitive and specific pre-operative diagnostic tool results in a large number of diagnostic lobectomies.
A group of US surgeons present basic concepts of VATS techniques and step-by-step details and illustrations for the most commonly performed advanced procedures, including lung volume reduction surgery, lobectomies and pneumonectomies, segmentectomies, mediastinal and esophageal procedures, surgery for atrial fibrillation, spinal deformities, and other topics.