Introduction: Surgery for small bowel carcinoid (SBC) and lymph node (LN) metastases, when technically possible, represents the best therapy. However, surgical challenge is (i) not to recuse patients for false unresectable mesenteric artery invasion, and/or (ii) to avoid extensive small bowel resection.
Aim(s): We hypothesized that the length of bowel resection would not reflect the quality of lymphadenectomy. Then, we proposed a 4-stage preoperative CT-scan (or MRI) classification that could predict complete resecability of SBC and LN.
Materials and methods: Consecutive patients operated on a 3-year period were retrospectively analysed. The liaison between number of resected LN and resection length of SB were performed in highly selected patients who fulfilled inclusion criteria by an ANOVA. Preoperative imaging was reviewed blindly by two independent observers and data correlated to intraoperative findings by weighted Kappa coefficent.
Conference: 11th Annual ENETS Conference 2014 (2014)
Category: Surgical treatment
Presenting Author: MD PhD Reza Kianmanesh
, Cadiot G
, Appere F
, Noaves M
, Hentic O
, Hoeffel C
, Brixi H
, Zappa M
, Nicolas Vullierme M P
, Panis Y
, Ruszniewski P
, Kianmanesh R
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