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Nahtmaterialien und Nahttechniken in der Kolonchirurgie

  • Th. Junginger
  • H. Pichlmaier
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Zusammenfassung

Das Risiko einer Dickdarmresektion wird wesentlich von der Anastomosenheilung bestimmt. Fielding et al. [12] haben in einer prospektiven Studie gezeigt, daß sich die Mortalität nach Operation kolorektaler Karzinome durch eine Nahtinsuffizienz verdreifacht. Unter den verschiedenen allgemeinen und lokalen Faktoren, die für die Heilung der Anastomose verantwortlich sind [23], haben die Anastomosentechnik und die Wahl des Nahtmaterials besonderes Interesse gefunden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Th. Junginger
  • H. Pichlmaier
    • 1
  1. 1.I. Chirurgische UniversitätsklinikKöln 41Deutschland

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