Clinical aspects of total colectomy--laparoscopic versus open technique for familial adenomatous polyposis and ulcerative colitis.

@article{Araki1998ClinicalAO,
  title={Clinical aspects of total colectomy--laparoscopic versus open technique for familial adenomatous polyposis and ulcerative colitis.},
  author={Y. Araki and H. Isomoto and Y. Tsuzi and A. Matsumoto and M. Yasunaga and U. Toh and K. Yamauchi and K. Shirouzu},
  journal={The Kurume medical journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={45 2},
  pages={
          203-7
        }
}
Clinical aspects of laparoscopy combined total colectomy (LTC) (n = 10) and open total colectomy (OTC) (n = 29) with ileorectal anastomosis for familial adenomatous polyposis and ulcerative colitis are compared in a retrospective study. The mean operative time was 282 (range, 169 to 420) minutes in the LTC group and 274 (range, 139 to 570) minutes in the OTC group. The mean volume of operative blood loss was 321 (range, 52 to 728) ml and 471 (range, 48 to 1040) ml for the LTC and OTC groups… Expand
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