Relationship between method of anastomosis and anastomotic failure after right hemicolectomy and ileo-caecal resection: an international snapshot audit

T. Pinkney*, N. Battersby, A. Bhangu, S. Chaudhri, A. El-Hussuna, M. Frasson, D. Nepogodiev, B. Singh, S. Vennix, O. Zmora, D. Altomare, W. Bemelman, P. Christensen, A. D'Hoore, S. Laurberg, D. Morton, T. Pinkney, M. Rubbini, C. Vaizey, L. MagillR. Perry, N. Sheward, N. Ives, S. Mehta, M. Cillo, D. Estefania, J. Patron Uriburu, H. Ruiz, M. Salomon, A. Makhmudov, L. Selnyahina, A. Varabei, Y. Vizhynis, D. Claeys, B. Defoort, F. Muysoms, P. Pletinckx, V. Vergucht, I. Debergh, T. Feryn, H. Reusens, M. Nachtergaele, D. Francart, C. Jehaes, S. Markiewicz, B. Monami, J. Weerts, J. Melenhorst, C. van Rossem, V. Klemann, European Soc Coloproctology Collab, Writing Grp ESCP Cohort Studies, Audits Sub-Comm, ESCP Res Comm, Logistical Support Data Collation, Local Investigators

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)e296-e311
Number of pages16
JournalColorectal Disease
Volume19
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2017

Keywords

  • Anastomotic leak
  • colorectal cancer
  • Crohn's disease
  • epidemiology
  • international
  • RISK-FACTORS
  • LEAK
  • SURGERY
  • COMPLICATIONS
  • DEFINITION
  • MORTALITY

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