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Gewählte Publikation:

Uranüs, S; Kronberger, L; Kraft-Kine, J.
Partial splenic resection using the TA-stapler.
AMER J SURG. 1994; 168(1): 49-53.
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Autor/innen der Med Uni Graz:
Uranues M.A.Selman
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Abstract:
Since 1987, we have used the TA-stapler for 15 partial resections of the spleen. The cases included 5 second- to third-degree traumatic ruptures, 4 splenic cysts, 3 injuries resulting from accidents during upper-abdominal surgery, 2 diagnostic resections, and 1 intralienal pancreatic cyst. The TA-55 stapler was used 14 times and the TA-90 once. No patient developed postoperative bleeding or required further surgery. Postoperative laboratory chemistry and scintigraphy findings were within the limits indicative of normal function in all cases. The TA-stapler expands the technical possibilities for organ-conserving splenic surgery.
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