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Preoperative CT Navigation of Perigastric Vessel Anatomy for Gastrectomy
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 Title & Authors
Preoperative CT Navigation of Perigastric Vessel Anatomy for Gastrectomy
Baek, Song-Ee; Hyung, Woo Jin; Lim, Joon Seok;
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 Abstract
The aim of this report is showing the case that we could give exact navigation of perigastric vessels for gastrectomy with 3D CTA. A 74-year-old male patient visited hospital with gastric cancer. Early gastric cancer, type IIb was found at stomach antrum great curvature side. Before surgery, he underwent 3D CT angiography. 3D volume rendering images and MIP images were made by post processing. He had replaced Lt. hepatic artery arising from Lt. gastric artery. Surgeon could get patient`s specific vascular anatomy before surgery including surgically relevant anatomical distance and direction and could finish gastrectomy within 4 hours and just 53ml blood loss.
 Keywords
MDCT;Laparoscopic gastrectomy;3D CT angiography;Gastric cancer;
 Language
English
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