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LOCAL RECURRENCES AFTER ULTRA LOW RESECTION OF THE RECTUM

@inproceedings{Graziano2018LOCALRA,
  title={LOCAL RECURRENCES AFTER ULTRA LOW RESECTION OF THE RECTUM},
  author={Giorgio Graziano and Antonio Di Cataldo and Giovanni Li Destri and Antonino Graziano},
  year={2018}
}
Introductions: the advances in surgical technique and complementary therapy implemented in the last decade have seen important improvements in the treatment of neoplasm of the proximal middle and distal rectum. The use of abdominal amputation (AAP) although it was the treatment of choice in the 80s after the introduction of new technology has seen an increase in the preservation of the sphincters, up to 90% for the low localizations of the neoplasm., And an improvement of the quality of life… 

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