Results after surgical treatment of rectal cancer in Norway
Paper I: Myrseth, E., Nymo, L.S., Gjessing, P.G., Kørner, H., Kvaløy, J.T. & Norderval, S. (2021). Lower conversion rates with robotic assisted rectal resections compared with conventional laparoscopy; a national cohort study. Surgical Endoscopy, 36(5), 3574-3584. Also available in Munin at https://hdl.handle.net/10037/22494.
Paper II: Myrseth, E., Nymo, L.S., Gjessing, P.G. & Norderval, S. (2022). Diverting stomas reduce reoperation rates for anastomotic leak but not overall reoperation rates within 30 days after anterior rectal resection: a national cohort study. International Journal of Colorectal Disease, 37(7), 1681-1688. Also available in Munin at https://hdl.handle.net/10037/27430.
Paper III: Myrseth, E., Gjessing, P.G., Nymo, L.S., Kørner, H., Kvaløy, J.T. & Norderval, S. Laparoscopic rectal cancer resection results in non-inferior clinical and oncological outcomes with shorter hospital stay compared to open access; a five-year national cohort. (Submitted manuscript).
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