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  1. Oncological outcomes after endoscopic removal of malignant colorectal polyps

    Gonçalves, BM; Fontainhas, V; Caetano, AC; Ferreira, A; Gonçalves, R; Bastos, P; Rolanda, C
    Objective: malignant colorectal polyp, defined by submucosally invasive adenocarcinoma, is the earliest form of clinically relevant colorectal cancer (CRC). After endoscopic resection additional surgery may be necessary, although decision criteria remain debatable. The objective of this study was to assess oncologic outcomes in terms of locoregional disease and to identify areas of improvement that may facilitate patients´ management.Methods: retrospective study of 40 patients with T1 CRC endoscopically resected between 2007 and 2012. Clinicopathological features were assessed and correlated with residual disease (RD), defined as presence of adenocarcinoma in intestinal wall and/ or lymph nodes.Results: thirty-one patients underwent surgery while 9...

  2. Emergencies after endoscopic procedures

    Rolanda, C; Caetano, AC; Dinis-Ribeiro, M
    Endoscopy adverse events (AEs), or complications, are a rising concern on the quality of endoscopic care, given the technical advances and the crescent complexity of therapeutic procedures, over the entire gastrointestinal and bilio-pancreatic tract. In a small percentage, not established, there can be real emergency conditions, as perforation, severe bleeding, embolization or infection. Distinct variables interfere in its occurrence, although, the awareness of the operator for their potential, early recognition, and local organized facilities for immediate handling, makes all the difference in the subsequent outcome. This review outlines general AEs' frequencies, important predisposing factors and putative prophylactic measures for specific...

  3. Transvesical route for NOTES urological applications: advances & controversies

    Lima, E; Rolanda, C; Correia-Pinto, J
    Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES) has emerged recently in the experimental surgical field, innovating for the passage of luminal barrier, the absence of scars and reduction of post-operative pain. Among the various ports of access (transvaginal, transgastric, transvesical and transcolonic), this paper is an update on advances & controversies of transvesical port for NOTES Urological applications.

  4. Isotretinoin and inflammatory bowel disease

    Rolanda, C; Macedo, G

  5. A new case of autosomal recessive agammaglobulinaemia with impaired pre-B cell differentiation due to a large deletion of the IGH locus

    Milili, M; Antunes, H; Blanco-Betancourt, C; Nogueiras, A; Santos, E; Vasconcelos, J; Castro e Melo, J; Schiff, C
    Males with X-linked agammaglobulinaemia (XLA) due to mutations in the Bruton tyrosine kinase gene constitute the major group of congenital hypogammaglobulinaemia with absence of peripheral B cells. In these cases, blockages between the pro-B and pre-B cell stage in the bone marrow are found. The remaining male and female cases clinically similar to XLA represent a genotypically heterogeneous group of diseases. In these patients, various autosomal recessive disorders have been identified such as mutations affecting IGHM, CD79A, IGLL1 genes involved in the composition of the pre-B cell receptor (pre-BCR) or the BLNK gene implicated in pre-BCR signal transduction. In this...

  6. Third-generation cholecystectomy by natural orifices: transgastric and transvesical combined approach

    Rolanda, C; Lima, E; Pêgo, JM; Henriques-Coelho, T; Silva, D; Moreira, I; Macedo, G; Carvalho, JL; Correia-Pinto, J
    BACKGROUND: An isolated transgastric port has some limitations in performing transluminal endoscopic cholecystectomy. However, transvesical access to the peritoneal cavity has recently been reported to be feasible and safe. OBJECTIVE: To assess the feasibility and the technical benefits of transgastric and transvesical combined approach to overcome the limitations of isolated transgastric ports. DESIGN: We created a transgastric and transvesical combined approach to perform cholecystectomy in 7 consecutive anesthetized female pigs. The transgastric access was achieved after perforation and dilation of the gastric wall with a needle knife and with a balloon, respectively. Under cystoscopic control, an ureteral catheter, a guidewire, and a dilator of the...

  7. Ceacum-ilio-cutaneous fistula. A rare complication of urinary tuberculosis

    Ribeiro, JC; Rolanda, C; Santos, A

  8. Chronic Hepatitis C Treated with Peginterferon alfa plus Ribavirin in Clinical Practice

    Velosa, J; Serejo, F; Bana, T; Redondo, I; Simão, A; Vale, AM; Pires, S; Macedo, G; Marinho, R; Peixe, P; Sarmento, J; Matos, L; Calinas, F; Carvalho, A; Figueiredo, A
    From 1907 patients with chronic hepatitis C proposed for treatment, we analysed 1380 (1124 naive and 256 treatment-experienced) with complete follow-up. Genotype and HCV RNA quantification were assayed by commercial tests. Viremia was considered high if >800,000IU/mL, and low if <400,000IU/mL. Liver fibrosis was staged in 614 patients. RESULTS: Genotype 1 was the most frequent (60%), followed by 3 (25%), 4 (9%) and 2 (2%); 3.2% had other or unclassified genotype. Genotype 1 was more prevalent in central Portugal and genotype 4 in the south. Viremia was =800,000IU/mL in 54.6% and <400,000IU/mL in 34.6% of the patients, particularly in genotype 2 (p<0.03)...

  9. A multicenter validation of an endoscopic classification with narrow band imaging for gastric precancerous and cancerous lesions

    Pimentel-Nunes, P; Dinis-Ribeiro, M; Soares, JB; Marcos-Pinto, R; Santos, C; Rolanda, C; Bastos, RP; Areia, M; Afonso, L; Bergman, J; Sharma, P; Gotoda, T; Henrique, R; Moreira-Dias, L
    BACKGROUND AND STUDY AIM: The reliability and external validity of narrow band imaging (NBI) in the stomach have not been described consistently. The aim of the current study was to describe and estimate the accuracy and reliability of a simplified classification system for NBI in the diagnosis of gastric lesions. METHODS: Consecutive patients undergoing NBI endoscopy at two reference centers (n=85, 33% with dysplasia) were included in two studies. In total, 224 different areas were biopsied and recorded onto video. In the derivation study, previously described NBI features were analyzed in order to develop a simplified classification. In the validation study the accuracy...

  10. Phenotypic characterization and familial risk in hyperplastic polyposis syndrome

    Caetano, AC; Ferreira, H; Soares, J; Ferreira, A; Gonçalves, R; Rolanda, C
    Background. Hyperplastic polyposis syndrome (HPS) is a rare condition characterized by numerous hyperplastic polyps (HP) with a pancolonic distribution. Genetic and environmental factors, including smoking, may be responsible for phenotypic differences. Objective. To characterize HPS patients' phenotype and to determine HPS risk and colorectal cancer (CRC) risk in the first-degree relatives (FDRs). Patients and methods. Eight HPS patients were followed at our Gastroenterology Department (2008-2012). The data included (1) macroscopic and histological analysis of polyps, (2) demographic information about patients and their families and (3) colonoscopy results of FDR that accepted a screening exam. Results. Six of the eight index...

  11. A rare cause of abdominal pain

    Gonçalves, PM; Caetano, AC; Ferreira, A

  12. Clinical practice in Crohn's disease in bordering regions of two countries: Different medical options, distinct surgical events

    Magro, F; Barreiro-de Acosta, M; Lago, P; Carpio, D; Cotter, J; Echarri, A; Gonçalves, R; Pereira, S; Carvalho, L; Lorenzo, A; Barros, L; Castro, J; Dias, JA; Rodrigues, S; Portela, F; Dias, C; Costa-Pereira, A; EIGA; GEDII
    Contemplating the multifactorial nature of Crohn's disease (CD), the purpose of this study was to compare two neighbouring CD populations from different nations and examine how clinical characteristics of patients can influence therapeutic strategies and consequently different surgical events in routine clinical practice. Cross-sectional study based on data of an on-line registry of patients with CD in northern Portugal and Galicia. Of the 1238 patients, all with five or more years of disease, 568 (46%) were male and 670 (54%) female. The Portuguese and Galician populations were similar regarding Montreal categories, age at diagnosis, and years of follow-up. Galician B2...

  13. Rare Complication: What Kind of Colitis?

    Caetano, AC; Gonçalves, B; Rolanda, C

  14. Searching the best approach for third-generation cholecystectomy

    Rolanda, C; Lima, E; Correia-Pinto, J

  15. A metamorphic lesion

    Rolanda, C; Gonçalves, R; Macedo, G

  16. Transvesical endoscopic peritoneoscopy: a novel 5 mm port for intra-abdominal scarless surgery.

    Lima, E; Rolanda, C; Pêgo, JM; Henriques-Coelho, T; Silva, D; Carvalho, JL; Correia-Pinto, J
    PURPOSE: Recently various groups reported successful attempts to perform intra-abdominal surgery through a transgastric pathway. We assessed the feasibility and safety of a novel transvesical endoscopic approach to the peritoneal cavity through a 5 mm port in a porcine model. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Transvesical endoscopic peritoneoscopy was performed in 8 anesthetized female pigs, including 3 nonsurvival and 5 survival animals. Under cystoscopic guidance a vesical hole was created on the ventral bladder wall with an open-ended ureteral catheter. An over tube with a luminal diameter of 5.5 mm was placed in the peritoneal cavity, guided by a 0.035-inch guidewire. In all animals we...

  17. Transvesical endoscopic peritoneoscopy: intra-abdominal scarless surgery for urologic applications

    Lima, E; Rolanda, C; Correia-Pinto, J
    For many abdominal procedures, advantages such as minimal scarring, reduced pain, and faster recovery have made laparoscopy the favored approach over traditional open surgery. The most recent minimally invasive approach is natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES), which limits morbidity because this surgery does not require incision. This article reviews the history, development, and current and future applications of NOTES in the field of urology.

  18. Experimental foundation for natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery and hybrid natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery

    Lima, E; Rolanda, C; Autorino, R; Correia-Pinto, J
    Natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES) is one of the most exciting concepts that has emerged recently in the surgical field. All accesses to the abdominal cavity in the porcine model using natural orifices, e.g. transgastric, transvesical, transcolonic and transvaginal, have been described and explored. The experimental feasibility of all procedures by NOTES was successfully demonstrated in the porcine model using different types of natural orifices. However, few translations to the human have been made. NOTES is in a developmental stage and much work is still needed to refine techniques, verify safety and document efficacy. This paper is an update...

  19. Peroral esophageal segmentectomy and anastomosis with single transthoracic trocar: a step forward in thoracic NOTES

    Rolanda, C; Silva, D; Branco, C; Moreira, I; Macedo, G; Correia-Pinto, J
    BACKGROUND AND STUDY AIMS: A transesophageal natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES) approach has been proposed for thoracic and mediastinal access. Similarly to transgastric surgery, serious limitations remain related to creating an esophagotomy and its safe closure. A hybrid approach in thoracic NOTES could work as an intermediate step before pure transesophageal NOTES. We assessed the benefit of hybrid thoracic NOTES for peroral segmental esophagectomy and subsequent complete esophageal anastomosis with a single transthoracic port. METHODS: Two protocols were used to attempt esophago-esophageal anastomosis: ex vivo using a phantom model (n = 5), and in vivo after esophageal mobilization, and segmental esophagectomy achieved...

  20. Transesophageal pulmonary lobectomy with single transthoracic port assistance: study with survival assessment in a porcine model

    Moreira-Pinto, J; Ferreira, A; Miranda, A; Rolanda, C; Correia-Pinto, J
    BACKGROUND AND STUDY AIMS: Thoracoscopic pulmonary lobectomy is being performed in an increasing number of patients. The aims of the current study were to assess natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES) as an alternative to transthoracic endoscopic surgery, and to test the feasibility of peroral transesophageal right upper pulmonary lobectomy with the assistance of a single transthoracic trocar. METHODS: In 10 acute and 4 survival pigs, right upper pulmonary lobectomy was performed using a forward-viewing double-channel gastroscope and an operative thoracoscope with a 5-mm working channel inserted through a single transthoracic 12-mm) port. Time, safety, and feasibility of the following steps were recorded...

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