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Who Performs Proctectomy for Rectal Cancer in the US

Video Author: ASCRS
Published on: 01.30.2012
Associated with: Diseases of the Colon & Rectum. 54(10):1210-1215, October 2011

Rectal cancer surgery, outcomes, Sphincter sparing procedures, Abdominoperineal resection. Surgical specialty, colostomy, complications. Restorative procedures, nonrestorative procedures, mortality, length of stay (LOS), frequency of performing rectal surgery

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