A meta-analysis of laparoscopy compared with open colorectal resection for colorectal cancer

@article{Ma2011AMO,
  title={A meta-analysis of laparoscopy compared with open colorectal resection for colorectal cancer},
  author={Yanlei Ma and Zhe Yang and Huanlong Qin and Yu Wang},
  journal={Medical Oncology},
  year={2011},
  volume={28},
  pages={925-933}
}
The aim of this study was to compare the outcome of the overall complication, mortality, and recurrence rate between laparoscopic resection and open surgery for colorectal cancer. We searched the Medline, Embase, and Cochrane Library and systematically reviewed the randomized controlled trials by comparing the overall complication, mortality, and recurrence rate between laparoscopic resection and open surgery for colorectal cancer. Fifteen trials with 4,207 patients who reported long-term… 
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