Special Issue "Advances and Prospects in Colorectal Surgery"

A special issue of Gastroenterology Insights (ISSN 2036-7422). This special issue belongs to the section "Gastrointestinal Disease".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 December 2021).

Special Issue Editor

Dr. Bogdan Socea
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Guest Editor
Department of Surgery, Sf. Pantelimon Emergency Clinical Hospital Bucharest, Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, 021659 Bucharest, Romania
Interests: abdominal surgery; diagnosis; laparoscopy; oncologic surgery; abdominal ultrasonography; bariatric surgery; oncologic imaging; trauma; hernia; surgical techniques
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Gastroenterology Insights (ISSN 2036-7422) is an international, scientific, open access journal on gastroenterology, indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI—Web of Science) and Scopus. I am honoured to be a Guest Editor for the Special Issue “Colorectal Surgery” of Gastroenterology Insights, a valuable journal, whose deadline is planned for the summer of 2021.

Colorectal surgical diseases often involve challenging diagnostic and management issues. Surgeons are often faced with difficult decision-making situations, especially under emergency conditions. Radical cancer surgery ensures the best survival rates. In both classical or laparoscopic surgeries, the goal of surgeons is to ensure the lowest possible rate of complications.

The defined scope of this Special Issue is the establishment of modern protocols for the diagnosis, treatment, and management of colorectal surgical diseases. I invite researchers involved in this field to submit scientific contributions for inclusion.

Deadlines:

  • Early-bird deadline: 30 September 2021, with 50% discount on APCs.
  • Last deadline: 20 December 2021.

Dr. Bogdan Socea
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • colorectal surgery
  • colorectal cancer
  • oncologic surgery
  • laparoscopy
  • interdisciplinarity in digestive surgery
  • ultrasound of the digestive tract

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A Case Report of a Colorectal and Caudal Duplication Syndrome Associated with Caudal Regression Syndrome
Gastroenterol. Insights 2021, 12(3), 319-328; https://0-doi-org.brum.beds.ac.uk/10.3390/gastroent12030029 - 08 Jul 2021
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We describe an uncommon clinical presentation of caudal duplication syndrome and features of caudal regression syndrome in a female infant with complex urogenital and colorectal duplication associated with lipomyleomeningocele and left lower limb hypoplasia. A staged surgical treatment plan was carried out to [...] Read more.
We describe an uncommon clinical presentation of caudal duplication syndrome and features of caudal regression syndrome in a female infant with complex urogenital and colorectal duplication associated with lipomyleomeningocele and left lower limb hypoplasia. A staged surgical treatment plan was carried out to maintain fecal and urine continence, potential fertility, and cosmetic appearance. Full article
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Advances and Prospects in Colorectal Surgery)
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