[The anterior approach after Chute, Baron and Olsson in renal pathology: the authors' own experience].

Abstract

The authors describe their experience of 79 operations using the Chevron anterior transperitoneal approach in the treatment of 71 renal tumors and 8 cases of renal trauma. This approach respects the physiology of the respiratory system, has a low morbidity and mortality, in the post-operative period the need for anesthesia is moderate and hospitalization is shorter. The authors underscore the following advantages of the Chute-Baron-Olsson technique: it is easy to perform and can be easily extended, dehiscence and laparoceles are uncommon (only 2 of 79 patients). Furthermore, the Chevron partial or total approach in tumors and renal trauma permits exposure of an excellent inframesocolic and supramesocolic field and perfect control of the important elements of the renal vasculature.

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@article{Roggia1992TheAA, title={[The anterior approach after Chute, Baron and Olsson in renal pathology: the authors' own experience].}, author={Alberto Roggia and Paolo Marandola and P Broggini and P. Dal Bono and O de Francesco and I Rovati}, journal={Archivos españoles de urología}, year={1992}, volume={45 4}, pages={317-9} }