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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For the type of operative procedure, it is important to document the type/extent of resection (wedge, segmentectomy, lobectomy, bilobectomy, pneumonectomy, other) and for en bloc specimens, any attached anatomic structures received (eg, portion of rib, pericardium).
Donor safety is the over-riding concern and has been excellent after left lateral segmentectomy, with a usually quoted donor mortality of 0.
Many providers only pay out for mastectomy treatments, but other providers pay out for a range of treatments including partial mastectomy, segmentectomy and lumpectomy.
Lobectomy was the most common surgery performed in 19 (76%) followed by segmentectomy in 4 and lobectomy with segmentectomy in 5 patients.
Although the possibility of cure and the diagnosis were in doubt, the patient underwent diagnostic laparoscopy, laparotomy and left lateral segmentectomy (seg.
Tissues obtained through subsequent surgical debridements of lung, pleural, diaphragmatic, and subpulmonic abscesses, left lower lobe segmentectomy, and decortication all grew a mold morphologically consistent with A.
Examples are: oesophagectomy, distal pancreatectomy and left lateral segmentectomy of the liver, which are increasingly performed in high-volume specialised units with promising results.
5 Sex (F: M) 56:68 Operation type: left hemihepatectomy 24 right hemihepatectomy 74 segmentectomy 26 Duration of surgery (hours) 4.
Pneumonectomy was performed in 25 patients, lobectomy in 240, segmentectomy in 29, bilobectomy in 7, and wedge excision in 78.
Surgical options include segmentectomy, lobectomy, and ligation of the anomalous artery.
When compared to the left lateral segmentectomy, as performed for pediatric liver transplantation, a formal right or left lobectomy is a more formidable procedure that puts the donor at greater risk.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to control prolonged air leaks of the lung, or significant air leaks that are likely to become prolonged, following lobectomy, segmentectomy, or lung volume reduction surgery.