Variations in superior mesenteric artery branches and their position relative to the superior mesenteric vein among different ethnicities in colorectal cancer patients. The VARCOL I (Vascular Anatomy of the Right COLon) retrospective study.
Performing sacrectomy in cases of intrapelvic tumor invasion is oncologically effective operation, because chance of achieving negative margins of resection is much higher.
The currently available literature does not provide sufficient high-quality data to allow for an evidence-based approach to treatment of thrombosis of external hemorrhoids during pregnancy and after childbirth.
We think that its important to perform CT scanning with 3D reconstructions to establish the vascular anatomy and aid a surgeon during the difficult procedure and get the best oncological outcomes.
BrIMA (branches of Inferior Mesenteric Artery): a multicenter prospective study investigating Inaferior mesenteric artery branches variations by 3D CT-scan and intraoperative finding.