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Which prognostic factors are important for long-term outcomes in symptomatic obstructive colon cancer? A multi-institutional retrospective cohort study

Kim CH, Bae JH, Lee CS, Han SR, Lee IK, Lee D, Kang WK, Kim JH, Kye BH, Cho HM, Oh ST, Lee SC, Lee YS

Purpose: The prognostic factors in obstructive colon cancer have not been clearly identified. We aimed to identify the prognostic factor to establish optimal treatment strategy in obstructive colon cancer. Methods: Patients...
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Adjuvant chemotherapy for patients with stage II high-risk and III colon cancer: Hindering factors to adherence and impact on long-term survival

Kim J, Yoo RN, Cho HM, Kye BH, Kim HJ

Purpose: Adjuvant chemotherapy is recommended after curative surgery in patients with colon cancer of high-risk stage II and stage III. However, a considerable number of patients cannot complete the scheduled...
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Guidelines for accreditation of endoscopy units: quality measures from the Korean Society of Coloproctology

Shin R, Lee S, Han KS, Sohn DK, Moon SH, Choi DH, Kye BH, Son HJ, Lee SI, Si S, Kang WK

Purpose: Colonoscopy is an effective method of screening for colorectal cancer (CRC), and it can prevent CRC by detection and removal of precancerous lesions. The most important considerations when performing...
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Short- and long-term outcomes of laparoscopic segmental left colectomy for splenic flexure colon cancer: comparison with propensity score matching

Kim MJ, Kim JH, Lee YS, Kye BH, Cho HM, Kim HJ, Kang WK

Purpose: Splenic flexure colon cancer (SFCC) is a rare disease that accounts for 2%–8% of colorectal cancers, and the extent of surgery and resection is still debatable. There have also...
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Surgical skin adhesive bond is safe and feasible wound closure method to reduce surgical site infection following minimally invasive colorectal cancer surgery

Lee CS, Han SR, Kye BH, Bae JH, Koh W, Lee IK, Lee DS, Lee YS

Purpose: Minimally invasive colorectal surgery had reduced the rate of surgical site infection. The use of surgical skin adhesive bond (2-octyl cyanoacrylate) for wound closure reduces postoperative pain and provides...
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Influence of the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Protocol on Postoperative Inflammation and Short-term Postoperative Surgical Outcomes After Colorectal Cancer Surgery

Jallounv HE, Lee IK, Kim MK, Sung NY, Turkistani SAA, Park SM, Won DY, Hong SH, Kye BH, Lee YS, Jeon HM

Purpose: Many studies have shown that the enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocols improve postoperative surgical outcomes. The purpose of this study was to observe the effects on postoperative inflammatory...
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Reconsideration of the Safety of Laparoscopic Rectal Surgery for Cancer

Son GM, Kye BH, Kim MK, Kim JG

The oncological outcomes of laparoscopic rectal cancer surgery were evaluated in recent multicenter randomized clinical trials (RCTs). The MRC-CLASSIC, COLOR II, and COREAN trials found no differences in local recurrence...
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Which strategy is better for resectable synchronous liver metastasis from colorectal cancer, simultaneous surgery, or staged surgery? Multicenter retrospective analysis

Kye BH, Lee SH, Jeong WK, Yu CS, Park IJ, Kim HR, Kim J, Lee IK, Park KJ, Choi HJ, Kim HY, Baek JH, Lee YS

PURPOSE: The optimal treatment for synchronous liver metastasis (LM) from colorectal cancer (CRC) depends on various factors. The present study was intended to investigate the oncologic outcome according to the...
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Long-term oncologic outcomes of laparoscopic surgery for splenic flexure colon cancer are comparable to conventional open surgery

Kim MK, Lee IK, Kang WK, Cho HM, Kye BH, Jalloun HE, Kim JG

PURPOSE: Few studies about laparoscopic surgery for splenic flexure colon cancer have been published. This study aims to compare the short- and long-term outcomes of laparoscopic surgery for splenic flexure...
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Mortality risk factor analysis in colonic perforation: would retroperitoneal contamination increase mortality in colonic perforation?

Yoo RN, Kye BH, Kim G, Kim HJ, Cho HM

PURPOSE: Colonic perforation is a lethal condition presenting high morbidity and mortality in spite of urgent surgical treatment. This study investigated the surgical outcome of patients with colonic perforation associated...
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Three Dimensional Laparoscopy Improves Surgical Performance: Comparative Study in a Cadaver

Lee JK, Lee SH, Kim JG, Lee YS, Lee KY, Park SJ, Kye BH, Lee SC, Lim SW, SIMPLE Study Group

PURPOSE: Conventional laparoscopy using a two-dimensional (2D) has limited performance because of insufficient representation of the stereoscopic effect. Development of three-dimensional (3D) imaging technology has improved depth perception, shortened the...
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Multimodal Assessments Are Needed for Restaging after Neoadjunvant Chemoradiation Therapy in Rectal Cancer Patients

Kye BH, Kim HJ, Kim G, Kim JG, Cho HM

PURPOSE: Restaging after neoadjuvant treatment is done for planning the surgical approach and, increasingly, to determine whether additional therapy or resection can be avoided for selected patients. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Local...
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Nutritional Supports in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Kye BH

Underweight and specific nutrient deficiencies are frequent in adult patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). In addition, a significant number of children with IBD, particularly Crohn's disease (CD) have impaired...
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Advantages of Interval Laparoscopic Appendectomy for Periappendiceal Abscess

Kim GY, You SH, Kye BH, Kwon TS, Lee YS, Oh ST, Kim JG, Lee IK

PURPOSE: Laparoscopic appendectomy is a common procedure for treatment of appendicitis. However, in some complicated cases, like periappendiceal abscess, deciding on treatment options is very challenging. Early appendectomy or interval...
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Overview of Radiation Therapy for Treating Rectal Cancer

Kye BH, Cho HM

A major outcome of importance for rectal cancer is local control. Parallel to improvements in surgical technique, adjuvant therapy regimens have been tested in clinical trials in an effort to...
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Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery for Small Bowel Tumor

Ahn JY, Kim EY, Kye BH, Kim HJ, Cho HM

  • KMID: 2201424
  • J Minim Invasive Surg.
  • 2014 Jun;17(2):26-29.
PURPOSE: For exact diagnosis and treatment, exploratory laparotomy is usually needed. The aim of this study was to verify the usefulness of single incision laparoscopic surgery for small bowel resection. METHODS:...
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Prompt Management Is Most Important for Colonic Perforation After Colonoscopy

Kim HH, Kye BH, Kim HJ, Cho HM

PURPOSE: The incidence of complications after colonoscopy is very low. The complications after colonoscopy that are of clinical concern are bleeding and perforation. The present study was conducted to determine...
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Primary mesenteric carcinoid tumor

Park IS, Kye BH, Kim HS, Kim HJ, Cho HM, Yoo C, Hwang SS

Primary mesenteric carcinoid tumor is very rare, although secondary mesenteric involvement is common, reported as 40% to 80%. And distant metastasis rate reported as 80% to 90%, when the size...
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A case of inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor originated from the greater omentum in young adult

Kye BH, Kim HJ, Kang SG, Yoo C, Cho HM

  • KMID: 2324839
  • J Korean Surg Soc.
  • 2012 Jun;82(6):380-384.
Inflammatory myofibroblastic (IMF) tumor is a rare solid tumor that often affects children. IMF tumors occur primarily in the lung, but the tumor may affect any organ system with protean...
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Delorme's Procedure for Complete Rectal Prolapse: Does It Still Have It's Own Role?

Lee S, Kye BH, Kim HJ, Cho HM, Kim JG

PURPOSE: Although there are more than a hundred techniques, including the transabdominal and the perineal approaches, for the repair of the rectal prolapsed, none of them is perfect. The best...
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