Special Issue

Topic: Minimally Invasive Colorectal Surgery: Development Status and Future Challenges

A Special Issue of Mini-invasive Surgery

ISSN 2574-1225 (Online)

Submission deadline: 30 Apr 2023

Guest Editor(s)

Prof. Fábio Guilherme Campos
Department of Surgery, Universidade of São Paulo/Colorectal Division Staff Surgeon at HC-FMUSP, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Special Issue Introduction

The colorectum includes the colon and rectum. Colorectal cancer (CRC) is one of the most common malignant tumors in the world, and its incidence ranks third among malignant tumors and first among digestive tract malignant tumors. More than 700,000 patients die of colorectal cancer each year. With the exception of a few developed countries, the incidence of colorectal cancer is increasing rapidly in most countries. To address this challenge, many new technologies have been gradually applied to colorectal cancer surgery. With the innovation of technology and equipment, both the characteristics of minimally invasive treatment of colorectal cancer surgery and its effectiveness have been clinically recognized. This Special Issue aims to discuss the recent research progress of minimally invasive techniques for colorectal surgery, in order to provide a reference for the selection of surgical treatment strategies for colorectal patients.

Submission Deadline

30 Apr 2023

Submission Information

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Submission Deadline: 30 Apr 2023
Contacts:  Judith Duan, Assistant Editor, miniinvasive.editor@misjournal.net

Published Articles

Open Access Review

Development of robotic surgical devices and its application in colorectal surgery

Mini-invasive Surg 2023;7:37.
DOI: 10.20517/2574-1225.2023.56
Published on: 15 Nov 2023
Mini-invasive Surgery
ISSN 2574-1225 (Online)
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