Rony Eshkenazy

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BACKGROUND The use of stapling devices for performing gastrointestinal anastomosis has gained wide acceptance in the last decade. Linear cutting devices have been used routinely during gastrointestinal operations in our hospital since 1992. However, we still have shortage of stapling devices due to cost reduction politics. METHODS We propose a(More)
BACKGROUND Although ablation therapy has been accepted as a promising and safe technique for treatment of unrespectable hepatic tumors, investigation of its complications has been limited. A physician who performs ablation treatment of hepatic malignancies should be aware of the broad spectrum of complications. Proper management is possible only if the(More)
In the latest decades an important change was registered in liver surgery, however the management of liver cirrhosis or small size hepatic remnant still remains a challenge. Currently post-hepatectomy liver failure (PLF) is the major cause of death after liver resection often associated with sepsis and ischemia-reperfusion injury (IRI). ''Small-for-size''(More)
Expanded surgical intervention in colorectal liver metastasis (LM) and improved chemotherapy led to increasing problem of disappearing liver metastases (DLM). Treatment of those continues to evolve and poses a real challenge for HPB surgeons. This review discusses a clinical approach to DLM, emphasizing crucial steps in clinical algorithm. Particular issues(More)
Background: The use of stapling devices for performing gastrointestinal anastomosis has gained wide acceptance in the last decade. Linear cutting devices have been used routinely during gastrointestinal operations in our hospital since 1992. However, we still have shortage of stapling devices due to cost reduction politics. Methods: We propose a(More)
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