The Impact of Severe Anastomotic Leak on Long-term Survival and Cancer Recurrence After Surgical Resection for Esophageal Malignancy.

@article{Markar2015TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Severe Anastomotic Leak on Long-term Survival and Cancer Recurrence After Surgical Resection for Esophageal Malignancy.},
  author={Sheraz R Markar and Caroline Gronnier and Alain Duhamel and J-Y Mabrut and J. Hermann Bail and Nicolas Carr{\`e}re and Jeremie H Lefevre and C{\'e}cile Brigand and Jo{\~a}o Marcos Miranda Vaillant and M. Loghman Adham and Simon Msika and Nicolas Demartines and Issam El Nakadi and Bernard Meunier and Denis Collet and Christophe Mariette},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={2015},
  volume={262 6},
  pages={
          972-80
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to the determine impact of severe esophageal anastomotic leak (SEAL) upon long-term survival and locoregional cancer recurrence. BACKGROUND The impact of SEAL upon long-term survival after esophageal resection remains inconclusive with a number of studies demonstrating conflicting results. METHODS A multicenter database for the surgical treatment of esophageal cancer collected data from 30 university hospitals (2000-2010). SEAL was defined as a Clavien… CONTINUE READING
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