AffiliationNational Surgical Training Centre, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, 121 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland. email@example.com
MeSHDigestive System Surgical Procedures
Length of Stay
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CitationRectal cancer surgery: volume-outcome analysis. 2010, 25 (12):1389-96 Int J Colorectal Dis
JournalInternational journal of colorectal disease
AbstractThere is strong evidence supporting the importance of the volume-outcome relationship with respect to lung and pancreatic cancers. This relationship for rectal cancer surgery however remains unclear. We review the currently available literature to assess the evidence base for volume outcome in relation to rectal cancer surgery.
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