Michele Saracco

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INTRODUCTION Multiple primary malignancies can arise in the large bowel as simultaneous, synchronous and/or metachronous. All tumors must be distant from each other to be considered as primitive, none have to be the result of metastasis from other tumors. CASE REPORT We present a case of a 71 years old woman who was admitted to our hospital for a 3-year(More)
Introduction Since over 70% of colorectal cancers (CRC) occurs in patients at least aged 65 years old, it can be considered a disease of elderly people and is one of major cause of morbidity and mortality at this age [1][2][3]. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the outcome of surgical treatment in older population referred to our institution and the(More)
Background Bleeding control is an important aim in surgery. A lot of haemostatic devices can be used to support hemostasis, so operative risks and length and hospital stay are reduced. At General and Transplants Surgery Department of “Federico II” University of Naples, we evaluated the efficacy of hemostatic devices such as fibrin glues and collagen sponges(More)
Total colectomy (TC) is a valid option for cancer treatment in selected cases. Emergency presentation, association to familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) or intestinal bowel disease (IBD), hereditary non-polyposis cancer (HNPCC), and synchronous tumors are the common indications to TC for cancer. Despite potential high morbidity and mortality rates for(More)
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