Dissertation > Medicine, health > Oncology > Gastrointestinal Cancer

Influence of CO2 Pneumoperitoneum on Port-site Recurrences after Laparoscopic Surgery for Cancer

Author ZengYiKe
Tutor WangCunChuan
School Jinan University
Course Surgery
Keywords Pneumoperitoneum Carbon dioxide Puncture recurrence Laparoscopic Cancer
CLC R735
Type Master's thesis
Year 2005
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Background : carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) pneumoperitoneum laparoscopic surgical space malignant tumor resection surgery after puncture recurrence (port-site recurrences, PSRs) has been concern puncture recurrence should vest incision in the abdominal wall of malignancy planting recurrence . So far , been a considerable number of puncture recurrence of clinical reports . The reports raises laparoscopic cancer surgery lead to the impression of a higher puncture opening recurrence within a relatively short period of time to increase the puncture opening recurrence and puncture opening mechanism of relapse is still not entirely clear . Objective: 1. Compared to CO 2 to establish pneumoperitoneum force laparoscopic colorectal surgery with conventional open surgery after tumor incision recurrence rate . The 2 . Vitro study simulated CO the 2 pneumoperitoneum on tumor cell proliferation , and the ability to move , and the expression of HIF-1αmRNA . Method: 1. Searched Medline and full-text database of academic journals , extract published from January 1990 to April 2005 to CO 2 pneumoperitoneum laparoscopic colorectal surgery with conventional open surgery randomized and non- randomized controlled clinical study data , the use of

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