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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MECs of lung are often treated by lobectomy, sleeve resection, local resection, segmental resection, or even endoscopic removal.
If timely diagnosed, a sleeve resection may be all that is needed for complete cure.
This ETT was withdrawn intermittently to help visualisation and aid surgical excision of the tumour and sleeve resection of the trachea.
Other operations of permanent nature include vertical gastric sleeve resection and biliopancreatic diversion with or without duodenal switch.
Moreover, concomitant sleeve resection of stomach adds restrictive element to the operation.
Novel technique for relieving anastomotic tension using halovest immobilization after tracheal sleeve resection.
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.
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.