Xishan Wang Department of Colorectal Surgery National
Cancer Center/Cancer Hospital Chinese Academy of Medical
Sciences, Beijing, China
Published 42 SCI papers with a cumulative impact factor of over 130; edited and participated in nine monographs and 31 audiovisual materials related to colorectal cancer treatment.
Supervised over ten projects, including three projects with the National Natural Science Foundation, the National City cancer early diagnosis and early treatment. Presided over National Major Project of Precision Medicine titled “the application of precision medicine in colorectal cancer diagnosis and treatment.”
Proficient in minimally invasive surgery for colorectal cancer as well as combined organ resection for difficult cases. Recently improved the theoretical system of natural orifice specimen extraction surgery (NOSES) in the treatment of colorectal cancer, including ten different surgical procedures for colorectal cancer resection. Performed over 500 cases of NOSES for colorectal cancer, making him the most proliferative practitioner of this technique in China.
Establish evaluation standard to determine the low, ultralow anastomosis surgery based on the tumor location to the dentate line instead of the anal verge. Put forward ne aus investment theory” to standardize the sphincter preserving surgery. Perform a variety 0 difficult surgical procedures, such as the hemicolectomy combined with pancreaticoduodenectomy. Proposed the distinction of concepts between combined organ resection and multiple organ resection. According to the different invasion manner (cancerous invasion or inflammatory invasion), proposed refinement T4 staging recommendations.
Based on the expanded radical resection of rectal cancer, proposed the selective expanded radical resection of rectal cancer to retain full physiological function of patients after operation. Other new technologies include radical rectal cancer surgery through the sacrococcygeal route, radical colectomy with the omentum preserved, and total colectomy with the rectal ampulla preserved. These clinical works play important roles in improving the current treatment status of colorectal cancer.
Presently, there are a total of 81 graduate students, including 1 professor, 10 associate professors, 8 master tutors, 9 students in the national academic community as academic part-time, and 15 students in the provincial academic community as an academic part-time. Some of these students pursued further studies in countries such as Britain, the United States, and Japan.