sleeve resection

sleeve resection

a lung resection in which a section of bronchus or trachea is removed along with diseased lung tissue after which the proximal and distal ends are anastomosed.
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Most widely accepted surgical procedures are Laparoscopic Gastric banding (LAGB), Sleeve resection, Roux-en Y Gastric bypass, Bilio-Pancreatic bypass with or without duodenal switch.
The chapter on Resection in Stage I/ II Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer discusses lobectomy including VATS lobectomy, sleeve resection and other limited resections as surgical options in patients with early stage NSCLC and gives a very pertinent conclusion that further subclassifications of stage and histopathological properties will enable us to define a better estimation of prognosis and a "tailored" individual treatment.
Patients are adequately treated with sleeve resection and primary anastomosis whenever possible.
Laryngeal release and sleeve resection for tracheal stenosis.
have used the U-CLIP(TM) in both esophagogastrectomy and bronchial sleeve resection procedures at Aultman Hospital in Canton, OH.
In a bronchial sleeve resection, conventional sutures can be difficult to tie because of limited access and visibility," said Dr.
A relatively new kid on the block, gastric sleeve resection (or sleeve gastrectomy) removes about 60 percent of the stomach so it takes the shape of a tube or sleeve.