segmentectomy

seg·men·tec·to·my

(seg'men-tek'tŏ-mē),
Excision of an anatomic segment of any organ or gland.

segmentectomy

(sĕg′mən-tĕk′tə-mē)
n.
Excision of a segment of an organ or gland.

seg·men·tec·to·my

(seg'men-tek'tŏ-mē)
Excision of a segment of any organ or gland.
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We performed pulmonary segmentectomy, and lung histology showed mycetoma with fungal elements similar to those observed in the previous skin biopsy.
The classification of adenocarcinoma has allowed for recognition of tumors that are preinvasive or minimally invasive, and, with imaging correlates of these patterns, leads the surgeon to offer a more limited resection than lobectomy or segmentectomy.
According to previous studies, segmentectomy performed for pathological N0 stage NSCLC patients could work as an alternative of lobectomy.
In the sublobar resection group, 28 patients underwent segmentectomy without local recurrence during follow-up.
The thoracotomy segment further sub segmented into lobectomy, sleeve resection, segmentectomy, and pneumonectomy.
VATS and partial lung resection, in the form of lobectomy, segmentectomy, or wedge resection may lead to similar types of complications.
7) Nevertheless, a partial hepatectomy or segmentectomy has been performed in about 70% of the reported cases in the literature.
Numerous color photographs illustrate video-assisted thoracoscopic lobectomy, dissection of veins and arteries, segmentectomy in different regions, removal of an anatomic lobe of the lung, and carinal resection.
All these 3 liver injuries were due to traffic accident, 1 of them was subjected to simple surgical procedures and 2 of them underwent segmentectomy.
Donor safety is the over-riding concern and has been excellent after left lateral segmentectomy, with a usually quoted donor mortality of 0.
Fast-tracking after video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery Iobectomy, segmentectomy, and pneumonectomy The Annals of Thoracic Surgeons, 84(5), 1663-1668.
Many providers only pay out for mastectomy treatments, but other providers pay out for a range of treatments including partial mastectomy, segmentectomy and lumpectomy.