MECs of lung are often treated by lobectomy, sleeve resection, local resection, segmental resection
, or even endoscopic removal.
Small and easily accessible tumours can be treated with transurethral resection of the bladder tumour (TURBT),8 where as open surgical resection is recommended for larger tumours with unfavourable positioning, surgical resection include segmental resection
or laparoscopic partial cystectomy.
The arterial pattern was reviewed by Fourman and Moffat  in 1971 and was applied to segmental resection
The lesion was exposed and the segmental resection
of the mandiblewas carried out using a gigly saw with a safety margin of 1 cm extending anteroposteriorly from distal aspect of right first molar region to condyle along with the coronoid process (Figure 4 and 5).
Surgical removal through enucleation or segmental resection
of the pancreas is the mainstay of therapy.
A new method of segmental resection
for primary lung cancer: Intermediate results.
Despite of the "field effect" and urothelial cancer tendency to multifocality, segmental resection
for upper tract urothelial carcinoma is considered an acceptable alternative.
These range from conservative methods such as enucleation, marsupialization, curettage, chemical cauterization, peripheral ostectomy to much aggressive treatments such as marginal or segmental resection
Which is less invasive - distal pancreatectomy or segmental resection
Objective: To observe the therapeutic effects of segmental resection
and decompression combined with joint prosthesis on continuous knee osteoarthritis (OA).
was performed with either a trachea-to-trachea (end-to-end, EE), cricoid-to-trachea (CT), or trachea-tothyroid cartilage slide (TT) anastomosis.
A contribution to the discussion of laser surgery segmental resection
of carcinomas [article in German].