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Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Gastroent Hepatol 2016; 70(1): 57–60. doi:10.14735/amgh201657.

Minimally invasive surgery in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease – benefits, risks and perspectives

Július Örhalmi1, Tomáš Dušek1, Zuzana Šerclová2, Otakar Sotona1, Ondřej Ryska2, Ondřej Malý1

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Summary

This review examines the minimally invasive approach for the surgical treatment of inflammatory bowel disease. The advantages, disadvantages, and risks of the minimally invasive approach are evaluated. New minimally invasive approach methods, such as single-port laparoscopy (SILS) and the transanal approach (TAMIS), are reviewed. Based on the results of multicenter studies, the laparoscopic approach is still considered the optimal method for primary ileocecal resection and stoma construction. Also, it provides better short-term results for other indications. The benefits of other minimally invasive techniques have not yet been sufficiently explored.

Keywords

Crohn’s disease, SILS, TAMIS, laparoscopy, inflammatory bowel disease, ulcerative colitis

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