The main objective of the surgical treatment of LAPC is to perform resection with free margins. Nowadays, Venous invasion should not be considered as impediment to radical treatment of pancreatic cancer.

Major vascular resection to achieve macroscopic tumor clearance can be performed safely with acceptable operative morbidity and mortality. Nevertheless, it is justified only in carefully selected cases. This technical possibility must be incorporated into the options offered at a modern HPB center.

Chordoma is a rare tumor derived from a notochordal remnant, that can affect any part of the neuro-axis. Most often at the ends of the notochord primitive especially in the coccygeal sacral region (53%). They are tumors that are characterized by slow growth and histologically it is considered a low grade malignancy tumor but with high chances of local recurrence.

An eco-doppler or electromagnetic flowmeter measurements are the only effective procedures in radical pancreatic cancer surgery with arterial resection associated.

This technique determines the speed and volume of the reconstructed arterial or venous vessel flow, allowing the reduction of ischemic complications often associated to high morbidity and mortality.

G3NETs and NECs have similar postoperative survival; surgery for high grade PNETs should therefore be considered judiciously. Outcomes from G1/G2 lesions in this series were also similar, but further prospective work is necessary to investigate whether or not in resecting PNETs that G1 and G2 lesions should be dealt with in the same manner.

This represents the first international, pancreas-specific evaluation of the WHO 2017 guidelines. The presented findings may help inform surgical strategies for the optimal management of these rare instances of a rare disease.

Actual survival prognostic factors for resected R0 pancreatic cancer are not yet clearly defined. Furthermore, most of the papers focused on this topic are referred to actuarial survival (estimated but not real).

Drs. Vicente Emilio and Yolanda Quijano, responsible for the Department of General Surgery and Digestive HM Sanchinarro, and Dr. Fernando Vidal Vanaclocha, scientific director of the HM Foundation, have organized the annual meeting of the "Liver Metastasis Research Network". Here, experts from around the world gathered to bring together the latest developments and knowledge about diagnosis and treatment of liver metastases.

Pancreatic cancer is one of digestive specific therapeutic complexity tumors.

Surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy play an important role in their treatment. Approximately 35% of diagnosed cases are considered unresectable at the time of diagnosis and the most frequent cause of unresectability is the arterial or venous invasion.

Madrid, 9 February 2015. HM Model Hospital operating rooms are already operating equipment Da Vinci robotic surgery HM hospitals acquired in late 2014 for coruñés center. With this addition, the Model HM Hospital takes a new step forward in its policy of constant technological upgrading and offers Galician society and their physicians the best and safest system to respond to their patients.

One year, General Surgery Service of HM Sanchinarro has participated in the conference organized by the Spanish Group of Cancer Patients (GEPAC), now in its ninth edition. These conferences have become an essential meeting point for patients, families and professionals who gather for three days to share experiences and information about cancer meeting.

The Department of General and Digestive Surgery Hospital HM University Sanchinarro, led by Drs. Vicente Emilio and Yolanda Quijano, has received the first prize in Surgical Technique at the 6th World Congress of Robotic Surgery organized by the Association of Clinical Robotic Surgery [CRES], held this weekend in San Francisco. The objective of the CRSA is to deal with the practical issues that focus on general surgery and its related specialties.

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