Madrid, Jan. 22. (Europe Press) –
M.S. Expert on Digestive Surgery Oncology at Andersen Madrid Oscar Alonso, explains that a new surgical technique performs more precise research of better visualization and nearby rectal tumors of anus, which indicates that the main problem "lacks the absence of the most distant part of the anus, which makes difficult and thorough research difficult for Tummer Is there. "
Normal treatment of rectal cancer leads to total mesothelioma, that is, removing the anus from the surrounding fat and lymph nodes, an effective approach that can be performed by laparotomy (open surgery), laparoscopy, or assisted surgery. By the robot
The problem with this approach is that Alonso explains that the location of the tumor comes closer to the anus and therefore, the vision is worse, the patient is more likely that the research is not appropriate and the tumor is restored.
The new technology of total exosensation by Transaction Route (TATME) tries to solve this visual problem. In combination with laserotomy, laparoscopy or robot-specific mechanical exacerbation of exotheron surgery by a robot, TATME makes it possible to supply this lack of vision to the farthest part of the anus and therefore, it receives more patients locally, with rectal cancer. (Who usually passes through a decisive colostomy) has a momentary eloist Ithi are passed to the option.
"As we approach the anus, Pelvis lays, as it is & # 39; l & # 39;, so the vision of this last part of & # 39; l & # 39; is more complicated," says the doctor. . Therefore, instead of entering from the top, with TATME you can enter from year to year, even with leproskopic tools. "By the anus, we proceed to the anus, where we chew caffeine from there, access the pelvis and then do the total execution of the Mesotum," he explains.
During interventions, professionals can have two teams, each of which & # 39; l & # 39; Is responsible for searching for parts or a team, which is & # 39; l & # 39; The longest part of the start will start to begin, afterwards, with a short piece.
In small-tuned non-obese patients, this technique also allows for tummy tissue from the anus, so that "the absence of not having it under the abdomen, the approach that usually requires things above 5-7 centimeters", will illuminate Alonso Is there.
Alonso increases the quality of life of these patients, who receive more complete research with less aggressive intervention. "Recovery of the patient is done very long ago and therefore, it also improves the quality of life," he concludes.