Four cases of laparoscopic colectomy for sigmoid colon and rectal cancer with persistent descending mesocolon
Surgical Case Reports, October 2020
Yumi Furuichi, Kensuke Kumamoto, Eisuke Asano, Akihiro Kondo, Jun Uemura, Hironobu Suto, Minoru Oshima, Takayoshi Kishino, Hisashi Usuki, Keiichi Okano, Yasuyuki Suzuki
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