24. Frühe Komplikationen bei der Oesophagus-Carcinom-Chirurgie mit intrathorakalen Anastomosen View Full Text


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DATE

1985-12

AUTHORS

K. Schönleben, J. O. Jost, P. Fouquet, H. Bünte

ABSTRACT

From 1974–1984 137 patients with esophageal carcinoma have been operated using intrathoracal anastomoses. From 1974–1978 (58 patients) the early complication rate was 65%, clinical letality was 32% in regard to different surgical procedures. Since 1979 79 patients were resected by means of an abdominal-right thoracotomy approach in one session employing a standardised pre- and postoperative therapeutic regime. The complication rate thus could be reduced from 64% to 37%, the clinical lethality from 32% to 16% in regard to nearly the same patient population. The complications of both periods are compared in relation to the surgical procedures and to the possibilities of reintervention. More... »

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161-162

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf01836624

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