Jin-hai Wang

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AIM To compare the perioperative parameters and short-term outcomes of hand-assisted laparoscopic colectomy (HALC) and open colectomy (OC) for the treatment of patients with cancer of the right hemicolon. METHODS Patients who were scheduled to perform right hemicolectomy between August 2009 and December 2010 were randomized into either HALC or OC group.(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the application experience and clinical effects of hand-assisted laparoscopic radical resection for rectal cancer. METHODS The clinical data of 156 patients with rectal cancer treated with hand-assisted laparoscopic surgery between August 2009 and April 2011 were analyzed retrospectively. RESULTS The operative procedures of 156(More)
AIMS Colorectal gastrointestinal stromal tumours (GISTs) are considered to be tumours with a relatively poor prognosis. Few reports have been performed to investigate the mechanisms behind their malignant behaviour and to identify new therapeutic strategies for their treatment. The authors conducted this study to explore potential targets for the treatment(More)
OBJECTIVE Extrahepatic bile duct carcinoma is a rare but dismal malignacy. This study is conducted to show retrospective review and analysis of the correlation between the prognosis and different treatment modalities. METHODS The data of 84 such patients treated by different modalities from January, 1992 to July, 2000 were retrospectively reviewed and(More)
The objective of this study was to evaluate the value of antegrade continence enema (Malone operation) in abdominoperineal resection (Miles' operation). Between January 2008 and May 2009, five cancer patients (two men and three women) underwent abdominoperineal resection and digestive reconstruction by perineal colostomy and Malone antegrade continence(More)
PURPOSE To demonstrate the feasibility, safety, and technical strategies of hand-assisted laparoscopic complete mesocolic excision (HAL-CME) and to compare oncological outcomes between HAL-CME and the open approach (O-CME) for right colon cancers. METHODS Patients who were scheduled to undergo a right hemicolectomy were divided into HAL-CME and O-CME(More)
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