Zorcolo, Luigi and Rosman, Alan S. and Pisano, Michele and Marcon, Francesca and Nigri, Giuseppe R. and Restivo, Angelo and Fancellu, Alessandro and Melis, Marcovalerio (2011) A Meta-analysis of prospective randomized trials comparing minimally invasive and open distal gastrectomy for cancer. Journal of Surgical Oncology, Vol. 104 (5), p. 544-551. ISSN 0022-4790. eISSN 1096-9098. Article.
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Current literature suggests that minimally invasive distal gastrectomy (MIDG) may enhance post-operative recovery and decrease morbidity compared to open surgery (ODG) in patients with gastric cancer. A meta-analysis of six Prospective Randomized Trials comparing MIDG (343 patients) and ODG (323 patients) for gastric cancer was conducted. MIDG was associated with increased operative time, reduced blood loss and overall morbidity. There was not sufficient data to draw solid conclusions about the oncologic quality of MIDG.
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