Although the laparoscopic approach is considered the gold standard for elective splenectomy, it is still debated whether the underlying disease affects postoperative outcomes. Given the importance of good patient selection in the early stages of the learning curve for laparoscopic splenectomy (LS), this study aimed to compare the postoperative outcomes following LS for malignant diseases and benign diseases (MDs and BDs).

Impact of Underlying Disease and Preoperative Factors on Postoperative Outcomes After Laparoscopic Splenectomy: A Bicentric Retrospective Analysis

Peltrini, Roberto
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Di Nuzzo, Maria M;De Capua, Michele;Bracale, Umberto;Pignata, Giusto;Corcione, Francesco
2022

Abstract

Although the laparoscopic approach is considered the gold standard for elective splenectomy, it is still debated whether the underlying disease affects postoperative outcomes. Given the importance of good patient selection in the early stages of the learning curve for laparoscopic splenectomy (LS), this study aimed to compare the postoperative outcomes following LS for malignant diseases and benign diseases (MDs and BDs).
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