Minimally Invasive Colorectal Resection In Kidney Transplant Recipients: Technical Tips, Short And Long-term Outcomes | 3349
Journal of Gastrointestinal & Digestive System
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This study aimed to prove the safety and feasibility of minimally invasive (laparoscopic and robotic) colorectal resection in
kidney recipients by evaluating the technical protocol and reviewing short- and long-term outcomes.
Patients on immunosuppressive medications and those with comorbidities who receive organ transplants have increased
morbidity and mortality, and prolonged postoperative recovery after major open surgery, including colorectal surgery. The benefits of
minimal-access surgery remain debatable.
Division of Colorectal Surgery, Yonsei University College of Medicine, South Korea, May 2007?August 2012
Ten kidney transplant patients diagnosed with colorectal cancer were evaluated
All patients underwent laparoscopic or robotic colorectal resections
Main Outcome Measures:
Technical tips, short- and long-term outcomes
The mean patient age was 56.8 ? 9.91 years and 50% of the patients were male. American Society of Anesthesiologists scores
were II in 60% of the patients and I and III in 20%, each. Anterior and low anterior resections were performed in 40% of the patients
each, two patients underwent ileostomy, and 20% and 10% underwent right and left hemicolectomy, respectively. Most (90%) procedures
were performed laparoscopically and 10% were performed robotically. There were no conversions. Mean operating time was 192.5 ? 15
min, blood loss was 30 ? 50 mL, and mean hospital stay was 9.7 ? 5.5 days. Two (20%) patients had postoperative complications: wound
seroma and chyloperitoneum. Over a mean follow-up period of 31.4 ? 21.57 months, no mortality occurred. One patient showed liver
metastasis 1 year postoperatively. No kidney rejection occurred. Among the six patients followed for a mean of 43.5 ? 9.84 months,
83.3% were 3-year disease free and the overall survival rate was 100%.
Minimally invasive colorectal resection is likely to be safe and feasible, with fewer complications and acceptable short- and
long-term outcomes, in kidney transplant recipients. However, a prospective randomized study would likely provide more convincing
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