1. A Segmentectomy, or segment resection, is a surgical treatment that can be an option to treat early-stage, non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). It involves the removal of part of one of the lobes of the lung to entirely remove a cancerous tumor
Segmentectomy, Segment, Strong, Surgical, Stage, Small
2. A lung Segmentectomy is a procedure that aims to remove diseased lung tissue while leaving as much healthy lung tissue undamaged. During a lung Segmentectomy, only the diseased part of a lobe of a lung is removed
3. When is a lung Segmentectomy recommended? There are a variety of indications for a lung Segmentectomy including:
4. Cystectomy, Segmentectomy, wedge resection, lobectomy or pneumonectomy are performed in the surgical treatment of hydatid cyst disease of the lung (6)
Strong, Segmentectomy, Surgical
5. Segmentectomy is the excision (removal) of a portion of any organ or gland. The procedure has several variations and many names, including segmental resection, wide excision, lumpectomy, tumorectomy, quadrantectomy, and partial mastectomy.
Segmentectomy, Strong, Several, Segmental
6. Segmentectomy is an anatomic sublobar resection that involves the removal of functionally discrete units of the bronchovascular anatomy. The bronchovascular architecture is composed of a series of individual segments
Segmentectomy, Strong, Sublobar, Series, Segments
7. Segmentectomy and wedge resection surgery are treatments to remove cancer from the lung
Strong, Segmentectomy, Surgery
8. What are lung Segmentectomy and limited pulmonary resection? A lung Segmentectomy is the removal of diseased lung, often due to lung cancer. A lung Segmentectomy is a procedure to remove the diseased lung without removing excess normal lung.
9. Radiation Segmentectomy is the application of selective ablative radiation doses of Yttrium-90 (Y-90) to tumors, usually delivered to no more than two hepatic segments 2 The threshold dose of 190 Gy has been confirmed 3 to maximize cytotoxicity and selective …
Strong, Segmentectomy, Selective, Segments
10. Segmentectomy and quadrantectomy as part of breast conserving updated 5-20
11. Like a lobectomy, a Segmentectomy is based on the anatomic divisions of the lung and includes resection of lymph node basins associated with the segment being removed.
Strong, Segmentectomy, Segment
12. Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery Segmentectomy is a safe procedure which has fewer complications and a reduced hospital stay when compared with an open Segmentectomy
Surgery, Strong, Segmentectomy, Safe, Stay
13. Segmental resection (or Segmentectomy) is a surgical procedure to remove part of an organ or gland, as a sub-type of a resection, which might involve removing the whole body part
Segmental, Segmentectomy, Surgical, Sub
14. Abstract Anatomical Segmentectomy has been developed to offer better pulmonary function preservation than lobectomy, in stage IA lung cancer.
15. Segmentectomy is a lung sparing procedure that removes a segment of the lung, which is smaller than a lobe, but larger than a wedge
Segmentectomy, Sparing, Segment, Smaller
16. Anatomic segmental resection (Segmentectomy) is the excision of one or more bronchopulmonary segments of a pulmonary lobe with individual ligation and division of the corresponding broncho-vascular structures
Segmental, Segmentectomy, Segments, Structures
17. It is important to differentiate Segmentectomy from “wedge resection”, which is a form of sublobar resection.
18. Radiation Segmentectomy represents off-label use for both commercially available products
19. Pulmonary Segmentectomy was first described in 1939 for the treatment of benign lung conditions.1 Since then, anatomic pulmonary Segmentectomy has been demonstrated to be effective in the resection of small primary lung cancers.2-4 Although a prospective randomized clinical trial conducted by the Lung Cancer Study group demonstrated that limited pulmonary resections resulted in increased
Strong, Segmentectomy, Since, Small, Study
20. Segmentectomy was categorized into simple and complex
21. Simple Segmentectomy was defined as segmental resection of the right or left segment 6, left superior, or lingular segment
Simple, Segmentectomy, Segmental, Segment, Superior
22. Complex Segmentectomy was resection of the other segment.
23. Segmentectomy was devised for curative purpose and preservation of liver function
24. Segmentectomy is a complete resection of an area supplied by a segmental branch of the portal vein
Strong, Segmentectomy, Supplied, Segmental
25. To perform Segmentectomy, it is important to understand the basic branching patterns of the portal vein.
26. This chapter will describe the indications for Segmentectomy, a comparison of morbidity/mortality for Segmentectomy and lobectomy, and discuss the issue of open versus minimally invasive operations
27. Segmentectomy is a true anatomic operation that should include lymphadenectomy in cancer cases
Strong, Segmentectomy, Should
28. Subsequent studies showed that anatomic Segmentectomy was associated with significantly better cancer-related survival than wedge resection
Subsequent, Studies, Showed, Strong, Segmentectomy, Significantly, Survival
29. However, as anatomic Segmentectomy is a technically more demanding procedure than lobectomy, lobectomy became the procedure of …
30. Segmentectomy (Part of Lung) The lungs are the main organs of the respiratory system located on either side of the heart within the chest cavity
Segmentectomy, System, Side
31. Segmentectomy in non-small cell lung cancer treatment
Strong, Segmentectomy, Small
32. In 1973, a series of 69 patients that underwent Segmentectomy due to bronchogenic carcinoma showed 5-year survival was 56% .
Series, Strong, Segmentectomy, Showed, Survival
33. S 1+2 +S 3 Segmentectomy (tri-Segmentectomy), left upper lobe
34. Section of mediastinal pleura upon the left upper vein and removal of Station 5 lymph-node are crucial moments in the tri-Segmentectomy
Section, Station, Strong, Segmentectomy
35. The exact role of Segmentectomy in early-stage NSCLC remains a matter of debate
Strong, Segmentectomy, Stage
36. Several systematic reviews with meta-analysis comparing Segmentectomy and lobectomy have found no significant differences in oncological outcomes for these tumours [52, 53]
Several, Systematic, Strong, Segmentectomy, Significant
37. Although Segmentectomy helps to spare more lung parenchyma than lobectomy, it is not necessarily associated with more pulmonary function preserved
Strong, Segmentectomy, Spare
38. , pulmonary function loss per segment resected would be almost doubled after Segmentectomy than after lobectomy
Segment, Strong, Segmentectomy
39. And combined Segmentectomy would certainly cost
40. Pulmonary Segmentectomy can be an adequate oncological lung resection for early stage lung cancer and deeper metastatic lesions
Strong, Segmentectomy, Stage
41. Anatomic Segmentectomy is excision of one or more bronchopulmonary segments, with ligation and division of the bronchi and vessels serving those segments
Strong, Segmentectomy, Segments, Serving
42. Usually bronchial, hilar, and mediastinal vascular lymph nodes are examined intraoperatively and only patients with N0 disease receive Segmentectomy; others receive lobectomy .
43. Segmentectomy procedures were divided into simple and complex segmentectomies based on the surgical procedure and condition of the intersegmental planes, i.e
Strong, Segmentectomy, Simple, Segmentectomies, Surgical
44. Simple Segmentectomy included superior Segmentectomy, left upper division or lingual Segmentectomy, whereas complex Segmentectomy included
Simple, Strong, Segmentectomy, Superior
45. Management after Segmentectomy or wedge resection is no different from that after lobectomy
46. Segmentectomy is an anatomic resection, defined by removal of one or more of the pulmonary parenchymal segments and their corresponding bronchovascular supply
Strong, Segmentectomy, Segments, Supply
47. 2, 3, 6, 7 By definition, Segmentectomy requires individual ligation of the segmental vein, artery, and bronchus and parenchymal division through the intersegmental fissure.
Strong, Segmentectomy, Segmental
48. Thoracoscopic anatomic single or combined basal Segmentectomy is technically challenging because of the variation and deep location of vessels and bronchi in the parenchyma
Single, Strong, Segmentectomy
49. This study aimed to describe thoracoscopic Segmentectomy of basal …
Study, Strong, Segmentectomy
50. Thoracoscopic S7+S8 Segmentectomy is one of the most challenging anatomical segmentectomies
Strong, Segmentectomy, Segmentectomies
51. There are few reports on S7+S8 Segmentectomy ().Robotic-assisted thoracic surgery (RATS) is theoretically better than video-assisted thoracic surgery (VATS) in 3D visualization and improved maneuverability and ergonomics, which could simplify the dissection of the …
Strong, Segmentectomy, Surgery, Simplify
52. Completion lobectomy long after Segmentectomy in the same lobe is extremely difficult because of severe adhesions around hilar structures, especially in cases involving video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) completion lobectomy
Strong, Segmentectomy, Same, Severe, Structures, Surgery
53. We report and compare the surgical outcomes of patients who underwent VATS or thoracotomy completion lobectomy long after radical Segmentectomy …
Surgical, Strong, Segmentectomy
54. BACKGROUND: Data comparing survival after lobectomy versus that after Segmentectomy for stage I non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) are limited to single-institution observational studies and 1 clinical trial
Survival, Strong, Segmentectomy, Stage, Small, Single, Studies
55. We sought to determine if lobectomy offers a survival advantage over Segmentectomy for stage I NSCLC based on population-based data.
Sought, Survival, Strong, Segmentectomy, Stage
56. A criticism of the use of radiation Segmentectomy in patients with tumors that are difficult to ablate is the absence of concrete guidelines establishing what makes an ablation challenging
57. Pneumonectomy is the intervention of choice for treatment of early stage lung cancer when other procedures such as lobectomy, sleeve lobectomy and Segmentectomy are not appropriate.
Stage, Such, Sleeve, Strong, Segmentectomy
58. Segmentectomy for NSCLC (T<2 cm) Lobectomy was established in 1995 as the standard of care for optimal oncologic resection of stage I non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), after the results of the Lung Cancer Study Group (LCSG) reported a significantly higher rate of recurrence and associated trend toward lower cancer-specific survival in patients undergoing sublobar resections ().
Segmentectomy, Strong, Standard, Stage, Small, Study, Significantly, Specific, Survival, Sublobar
59. Segmentectomy was associated with higher chance of air leak
60. Generally speaking, Segmentectomy is more technically demanding for thoracic surgeons
Speaking, Strong, Segmentectomy, Surgeons
61. We had 552 patients in Segmentectomy arm and 22 segmentectomies were converted to lobectomy and 1 finished in wide wedge resection, resulting in 529 segmentectomies in this study.
Strong, Segmentectomy, Segmentectomies, Study
62. OBJECTIVES: There is increasing evidence that anatomic Segmentectomy is a reasonable alternative to lobectomy for the management of small, peripheral stage I NSCLC when anatomically confined to a discrete pulmonary segment, and when acceptable surgical margins can be obtained
Strong, Segmentectomy, Small, Stage, Segment, Surgical
Segmentectomy is the excision (removal) of a portion of any organ or gland. The procedure has several variations and many names, including segmental resection, wide excision, lumpectomy , tumorectomy, quadrantectomy , and partial mastectomy.
Segmentectomy is the surgical removal of a defined segment or portion of an organ or gland performed as a treatment. In this case, the purpose is the removal of a cancerous tumor.
Segmentectomy is the surgical removal of a defined segment or portion of an organ or gland performed as a treatment. In this case, the purpose is the removal of a cancerous tumor. Common organs that have segments are the breasts, lungs, and liver.
The procedure has several variations and many names, including segmental resection, wide excision, lumpectomy , tumorectomy, quadrantectomy , and partial mastectomy. Segmentectomy is the surgical removal of a defined segment or portion of an organ or gland performed as a treatment. In this case, the purpose is the removal of a cancerous tumor.