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Anastomosi meccaniche versus anastomosi manuali nella chirurgia del retto. Esperienza personale

@article{Scium2008AnastomosiMV,
  title={Anastomosi meccaniche versus anastomosi manuali nella chirurgia del retto. Esperienza personale},
  author={Carmelo Scium{\`e} and Girolamo Geraci and Franco Pisello and Enrico Arnone and Marcello Romeo and Giuseppe Modica},
  journal={Il Giornale di chirurgia},
  year={2008},
  volume={29},
  pages={505-510}
}
Introduzione. La diffusione negli anni Ottanta delle suturatrici meccaniche ha modificato le abitudini dei chirurghi, sia determinando una riduzione dei tempi operatori nella chirurgia del colon-retto sia consentendo di eseguire resezioni ultrabasse del retto, tuttavia lasciando invariati i tassi di complicanze e ne ha anzi portato alla ribalta delle nuove. Scopo del lavoro e riportare la nostra esperienza in tema di suture meccaniche nelle anastomosi colo-rettali, con particolare attenzione… 

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