What to Look for in a Hospital if You Need Lung Cancer Surgery
Your lungs consist of five sections, or lobes – three on the right and two on the left. Lobectomy, an operation to remove a single diseased lobe, is the most common surgery for lung cancer. If you need a lobectomy, a major choice is whether to have a ...
Pulmonary Resection in Lung Cancer
News-Medical.net - Aug 9, 2016
It is also important as part of the management of stage IIIA. In early stages of NSCLC, the surgery focuses on diagnosis, staging and resection of the entire tumor. Pneumonectomy and lobectomy carry a mortality rate in hospital of up to 4% and 8 ...
Optimal delivery of follow-up care following pulmonary lobectomy for lung cancer
Dove Medical Press - Mar 31, 2016
Introduction: The rationale for oncologic surveillance following pulmonary lobectomy is to detect recurrent disease or a second primary lung cancer early enough so that an intervention can increase survival and/or improve quality of life. Therefore, we ...
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Lobectomy of Lung -- How is it Performed?
Cleveland Clinic thoracic surgeon Sudish Murthy, MD, PhD, explains lobectomy and how after the lung cancer is removed, the remaining lung actually expands ...
VATS Lobectomy Illustrated by Blackmon for STS
VATS Lobectomy Illustrated Step-by-Step.
Lobectomy of Lung -- Common Complaints After Lobectomy?
Cleveland Clinic thoracic surgeon Sudish Murthy, MD, PhD, talks about common concerns after lobectomy such as pain, shortness of breath, cough and fatigue.
Surgery for Thyroid Disease: Minimally Invasive Thyroid Lobectomy
The thyroid is a butterfly shaped gland with two lobes located on either side of the trachea. A minimally invasive thyroid lobectomy is the surgical removal of one ...
Robert Cerfolio – Robotic Lobectomy
Lectures from the 2015 meeting of the General Thoracic Surgical Club.