OUR EXPERIENCE IN THE SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH RECTAL NEOPLASTIC DISEASE

Alina Cristina Tinca1,2, R. Palade2,D. Ion1,2, Adriana Elena Nica1,2, Alexandra Bolocan 1,2, Oana Adelina Ionescu 2, O. Andronic 2
11University Emergency Hospital, Bucharest, Romania
2The University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Carol Davila”, Bucharest, Romania

Corresponding author: Octavian Andronic
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Abstract

Colorectal cancer is one of the most commonly incriminated neoplastic pathologies and it has a fairly high mortality rate. Although the therapeutic arsenal of rectal cancer has steadily improved through the acquisition of biology, technology and pharmacology, the central role of surgical technique is widely recognized in obtaining local control, on the one hand and a good quality of life of operated patient on the other hand. This article is a retrospective analysis of surgical procedures for rectal neoplasia conducted in order to determine to what extent technological development and continuous improvement of surgical techniques have influenced the evolution of patient management with this pathology. This study was retrospective, observational, descriptive, single-center and it was held in the Department of General Surgery and Emergency III of the University Emergency Hospital Bucharest during 1 January 2007 - March 31, 2016 and included a total of 127 patients.

Keywords: colorectal cancer, resection of the rectum, amputation of the rectum

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