bilobectomy

bi·lob·ec·to·my

(bī'lōb-ek'tō-mē),
Surgical excision of two lobes of the right lung, either right upper and middle or right lower and middle.
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However, it has been reported that the new PTX-3 biomarker was significantly increased in inflammation due to lung cancer, and in inflammatory diseases.16-19 In our study, posterolateral thoracotomy was performed in 11 patients due to lung cancer, intrapericardial pneumonectomy in two patients, sleeve lobectomy in one patient, bilobectomy in one patient, and lobectomy in seven patients; lymph node dissection was performed in all patients.
Clinical Vignettes for Ex Vivo Microscopy (EVM) Example 1 2 Clinical Tissue block Depth of invasion: application selection: endomyometrium lung cancer EVM modality EVM-CM EVM-OCT Clinical 61-year-old woman 65-year-old woman, history with lung mass postmenopausal bleeding Procedure Bilobectomy Total hysterectomy Gross 5.0-cm lung mass Thickened, papillary findings endometrium, grossly noninvasive of myometrium EVM images Figure 4 Figure 5 Diagnosis Adenocarcinoma Endometrial adenocarcinoma, of lung superficially invasive of myometrium Abbreviations: CM, confocal microscopy; OCT, optical coherence tomography.
In this retrospective cohort study, primary NSCLC patients undergoing lobectomy, bilobectomy, or pneumonectomy and diagnosed with pN1 disease between January 2000 and January 2017 were analyzed.
Lobectomy was performed in 81 (59.6%) cases, pneumonectomy in 44 (32.4%) cases, wedge resection in 7 (5.1%) cases, and mediastinal lymph node sampling concomitant with bilobectomy in 4 (2.9%) cases with NSCLC diagnosis.
Terra-Filho, "Pulmonary vein thrombosis after bilobectomy and development of collateral circulation," Thorax, vol.
Lobectomy or bilobectomy was found to be superior to pneumonectomy in terms of survival rates in a series of 6.644 patients diagnosed with NSCLC (p=0.01) (8).
Pulmonary vein thrombosis following bilobectomy. Chest 1991; 99: 1515-6.
The patients of the main group were hospitalized for radical surgery in the volume of lobectomy, bilobectomy, pneumonectomy, combined treatment, or video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery for tumor biopsy.
Of these, 108 patients (18.1%) underwent sublobar resection, and 489 underwent anatomic resection (including pneumonectomy in 5 patients, lobectomy in 476 patients, and bilobectomy in 8 patients).
Extent of lung resection Frequency table Lung resection n % PD 26 4.4 PS 56 9.5 BID 27 4.6 BSD 16 2.7 LID 77 13.1 LSS 121 20.5 LIS 82 13.9 LSD 149 25.3 LMD 35 5.9 Total 589 100.0 PD = right pneumonectomy; PS = left pneumonectomy; BID = right inferior bilobectomy; BSD = right superior bilobectomy; LID = right inferior lobectomy; LSS = left superior lobectomy; LIS = left inferior lobectomy; LSD = right superior lobectomy; LMD = right middle lobe resection Table 2.
He was the first surgeon on Long Island to perform robotic-assisted bilobectomy lung surgery and robotic-assisted surgical removal of the thymus gland.
Fifteen needed decortications while lobectomy was performed in 7 patients and bilobectomy and pnemonectomy in one patient each (Figure 2).