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  • K. M. Tao, L Q Yang, +4 authors W F Yu
  • Medical hypotheses
  • 2010
Hepatic inflow occlusion during the liver surgery may result in a transient ischemia period followed by reperfusion, and may initiate liver injury and lead to postoperative liver dysfunction. Especially in cirrhotic patients, the tolerance time of ischemia is much shorter and the outcome would be worse. Recently, clinical trials had proved that volatile(More)
A new approach is taken to address the various aspects of the multi-sensor, multi-target tracking (MTT) problem in dense and noisy environments. Instead of fixing the trackers on the potential targets as the conventional tracking algorithms do, this new approach is fundamentally different in that an array of parallel-distributed “trackers” is laid in the(More)
PURPOSE Conversion of laparoscopic surgery for colorectal cancer has been fully studied. However, no study has investigated conversion of laparoscopic total gastrectomy for gastric cancer. We evaluated the effect of conversion to open total gastrectomy on short- and long-term outcomes among patients who underwent laparoscopic total gastrectomy for gastric(More)
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