To present the technique of single-port video-assisted thoracoscopic mediastinal tumour resection, which includes limited thymectomy, extended thymectomy, cyst excision and posterior mediastinal tumour excision, and the early results of resection with the use of this technique twenty-nine patients. Background: this study is to evaluate the feasibility and safety of video-assisted thoracoscopic (vats) lobectomy with two incisions methods: a total of 73 patients (male 47, female 26 mean age 612 ± 1200 years old) who underwent major pulmonary resection, through vats, using two incisions were. Two-incision video-assisted thoracoscopic (vats) left lower lobectomy (a) the operator always took place at the right side of the patient, a thoracoscopy port is located at the 7th intercostal. A preliminary report on the feasibility of single-port thoracoscopic surgery for diaphragm port versus triple-port complete thoracoscopic lobectomy for non. Thoracoscopic lobectomy is the current standard for treat- ment of early lung cancer, a certain proportion of patients receiving transthoracic surgery may experience post-tho.
The use of thoracoscopic surgery for pulmonary resection is widely accepted, and the number of incisions required has been reduced to a single port hand-assisted transxyphoid lung metastasectomy was first reported in 1999 and the feasibility and long-term results of this technique were well documented in 2007. Absolute contraindications to thoracoscopic lobectomy include the inability to achieve complete resection with lobectomy, t3 or t4 tumors, n2 or n3 disease, and inability to achieve single-lung ventilation. This study aimed to address the technical feasibility and applicability of single-port video-assisted anatomical resection for primary lung cancer methods: a total of 121 patients with primary lung cancer undergoing single-port video-assisted anatomical resection between 2011 and 2014 in 4 hospitals were included. The feasibility of vats lobectomy with two ports and said that the 3rd port is not necessary for the majority of cases, despite the use of three ports by most of the surgeons.
A single flexible port (sils port) was placed to access the thoracic cavity, and a 5 mm thoracoscopy, articulating gasper and endogia stapler were introduced through port channels results: thirty-one male patients (mean age 212 ± 779 years) were enrolled in this study. Fig 1 uniportal video assisted thoracoscopic surgery (vats) lobectomy a single incision of approximately 40 cm is made in the 4th or 5th intercostal space at the anterior axillary line a a specially-designed wound protector is inserted, forming two channels, one for the thoracoscope. Abstract complete video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (c-vats) for lung cancer is minimally invasive because of the small incision required c-vats has recently become a standard procedure for treatment of stage ia/ib lung cancer. Definition video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (vats) lobectomy was initially described in 1993 [1, 2] its use is now widespread, even if there is a huge variation in the definition of this type of operation.
Then, we conducted a retrospective comparison study between single-port and triple-port complete thoracoscopic lobectomy for nsclc enrolled from august 2014 to october 2014 to investigate the feasibility and safety of single-port complete thoracoscopic lobectomy. Objective: as the technique of video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (vats) evolved, single-port vats lobectomy became possible and its advantages have been reported we analyzed our experiences to evaluate the feasibility of single-port vats lobectomy for primary lung cancer. Thoracoscopic surgery on the right side due to the more centralized location of the lesion, lobectomy of right middle lobe was performed the final wound size was. Proving the superiority of thoracoscopic lobectomy feasibility and quality of life advantages were insufficient to improve adoption against concerns.
Zhu y, liang m, wu w, et al preliminary results of single-port versus triple-port complete thoracoscopic lobectomy for non-small cell lung cancer annals of translational medicine 20153:92 [ pubmed . Objective: to compare the feasibility and safety of single-port vs triple-port complete thoracoscopic lobectomy for non-small cell lung cancer (nsclc) methods: a retrospective study was conducted on 82 patients with nsclc who underwent complete. Introduction video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (vats) lobectomy is now well established and performed all around the world formerly there was much debate about the feasibility of the technique in cancer surgery and proper lymph node handling. The aim of this study is to evaluate the feasibility and safety of robot-assisted thoracic surgery (rats) lobectomy versus video-assisted thoracic surgery (vats) for lobectomy in patients with non-small cell lung cancer (nsclc.
Background video-assisted thoracoscopic (vats) lobectomy with a single utility port has emerged as a new technology in recent years the aim of this study is to review the technology in the treatment of elderly patients with peripheral lung cancer. Single-incision vats lobectomy follows the oncological principles of major pulmonary resections by vats: individual dissection of veins, arteries and lobar bronchus, likewise complete mediastinal lymphadenectomy with a video-assisted thoracoscopic approach, with no rib spreading. The first published series to focus on complications of vats lobectomy was reported by daniels, et al 7 exclusion criteria for thoracoscopic lobectomy included tumors 5 cm in diameter, t 3 tumors, cancers with visible endobronchial tumor at bronchoscopy, extensive n 1 disease on ct scan, and n 2 disease at mediastinoscopy thoracoscopic.
Background: to assess the feasibility and perioperative outcomes of single-port (sp) and multi-port (mp) approaches for video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (vats) lobectomy and anatomical segmentectomy. Yang hc, cho s, jheon s single-incision thoracoscopic surgery for primary spontaneous pneumothorax using the sils port compared with conventional three-port surgery surg endosc 201327:139-45 gonzalez-rivas d, fieira e, delgado m, de la torre m, mendez l, fernandez r uniportal video-assisted thoracoscopic sleeve lobectomy and other complex.
Single-port video-assisted thoracoscopic lobectomy in nonintubated patients seems to be feasible and safe, and probably represents the least invasive approach to lobectomy further studies are necessary to evaluate the results with a series of patients. Background: video-assisted thoracoscopic (vats) segmentectomy is an acceptable alternative to lobectomy for treating early-stage lung cancer uniportal vats segmentectomy is a challenging surgical procedure that has substantial technical difficulties and complications. Changing from simple three-port thoracoscopic surgery to the complexity of single-port thoracoscopic segmentectomy should be done cautiously, in a step-by-step manner prospective studies may be warranted to further validate the application of thoracoscopic lobectomy and segmentectomy to the general population. Purpose: we performed video-assisted thoracoscopic (vats) lobectomy with two incisions for treatment of benign lung disease or primary lung cancer and evaluated the feasibility of this procedure.