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en bloc resection

Oncology The resection of a large bulky tumor virtually without dissection Surgery EBR is used in certain cancers to remove a primary lesion, the contiguous draining lymph nodes, and everything in between, as in a modified radical mastectomy

en bloc resection

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Followed by the submucosa identified under direct vision, en bloc resection of the lesion was separated from the submucosa.
Curettage and/or en bloc resection are treatments of choice for accessible lesions; meanwhile, other treatment modalities including percutaneous intralesional injection, cryotherapy, radiation, and embolization have been used for less accessible or recurrent lesions [5].
Due to the infiltrating pattern and the diffusion of the disorder and to the presence of multiple nonhealing lesions, leading, respectively, to difficulty at micturition and local infection, an en bloc resection of the penis and prepuce was decided; the eventuality of a penile retroversion or a permanent perineal urethrostomy was considered according to the intraoperatory findings and the degree of infiltration of the penis body [14].
Compared with normal saline (NS), other submucosal injection solutions used in ESD or EMR for gastrointestinal lesions induced a significant increase in terms of en bloc resection rate ([I.
In our study en bloc resection of adjacent organs was also carried out (spleen alone 12.
In this study the patients were grouped as A' B' C' and were treated conservatively by marsupialization followed by enucleation enucleation with peripheral ostectomy and aggressive management with segmental or en bloc resection respectively.
The hospital stay was also shorter: 12 days after vagal-sparing esophagectomy, compared with 22 days after en bloc resection and 17 days after THE.
To meet the requirement of extensive resection of pancreatic cancer with portal or mesenteric venous invasion, the innovation of Vascular Graft Bridged En Bloc Resection (VGBEBR) has been adopted to treat advanced biliopancreatic cancer in the Department of Hepatobiliary Surgery of the PLA Rocket Force General Hospital since 2013.
Keywords: Chordoma, Notochord, Cervical spine, En bloc resection, C3-C4 spine.
In our study in one patient en bloc resection of adjacent organ (Transverse colon) was also carried out.
Surgical treatment involved en bloc resection of the affected metacarpal with a portion of the proximal phalanx of the thumb and the entire trapezium in order to obtain negative margins.