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    Effectiveness of Sleeve Gastrectomy for Metabolic Surgery in Korea

    Park, Young Suk, Ahn, Sang-Hoon, Park, Do Joong, Kim, Hyung-Ho
    Journal of obesity & metabolic syndrome, 30 September 2018, Vol.27(3), pp.131-133 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Single-incision Laparoscopic Gastrectomy for Gastric Cancer

    Lee, Yoontaek, Kim, Hyung-Ho
    Journal of gastric cancer, September 2017, Vol.17(3), pp.193-203 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    The current status and future perspectives of laparoscopic surgery for gastric cancer

    Kim, Hyung-Ho, Ahn, Sang-Hoon
    Journal of the Korean Surgical Society, September 2011, Vol.81(3), pp.151-62 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Minimally invasive surgery in gastric cancer

    Son, Sang-Yong, Kim, Hyung-Ho
    World journal of gastroenterology, 21 October 2014, Vol.20(39), pp.14132-41 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Minimally invasive surgery in gastric cancer
    Author: Son, Sang-Yong; Kim, Hyung-Ho
    Subject: Gastric Cancer ; Laparoscopic Gastrectomy ; Minimally Invasive Surgery ; Gastroscopy ; Laparoscopy ; Gastrectomy -- Methods ; Stomach Neoplasms -- Surgery
    Description: Minimally invasive surgery for gastric cancer has rapidly gained popularity due to the early detection of early gastric cancer. As advances in instruments and the accumulation of laparoscopic experience increase, laparoscopic techniques are being used for less invasive but highly technical procedures. Recent evidence suggests that the short- and long-term outcomes of minimally invasive surgery for early gastric cancer and advanced gastric cancer are comparable to those of conventional open surgery. However, these results should be confirmed by large-scale multicenter prospective randomized controlled clinical trials.
    Is part of: World journal of gastroenterology, 21 October 2014, Vol.20(39), pp.14132-41
    Identifier: 2219-2840 (E-ISSN); 25339802 Version (PMID); 10.3748/wjg.v20.i39.14132 (DOI)

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    Minimally invasive surgery for submucosal (subepithelial) tumors of the stomach

    Lee, Chang Min, Kim, Hyung-Ho
    World journal of gastroenterology, 28 September 2014, Vol.20(36), pp.13035-43 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Minimally invasive surgery for submucosal (subepithelial) tumors of the stomach
    Author: Lee, Chang Min; Kim, Hyung-Ho
    Subject: Gastrointestinal Tract ; Minimally Invasive ; Submucosal Tumor ; Surgery ; Gastroscopy ; Laparoscopy ; Gastrectomy -- Methods ; Gastric Mucosa -- Surgery ; Stomach Neoplasms -- Surgery
    Description: Minimally invasive surgery has become common in the surgical resection of gastrointestinal submucosal tumors (SMTs). The purpose of this article is to review recent trends in minimally invasive surgery for gastric SMTs. Although laparoscopic resection has been main stream of minimally invasive surgery for gastrointestinal SMTs, recent advances in endoscopic procedures now provide various treatment modalities for gastric SMTs. Moreover, investigators have developed several hybrid techniques that include the advantages of both laparoscopic and endoscopic procedure. In addition, several types of reduced port surgeries, modification of conventional laparoscopic procedures, have been recently applied to the surgical resection of SMTs. Meanwhile, robotic surgery for SMTs requires further evidence and improvement.
    Is part of: World journal of gastroenterology, 28 September 2014, Vol.20(36), pp.13035-43
    Identifier: 2219-2840 (E-ISSN); 25278697 Version (PMID); 10.3748/wjg.v20.i36.13035 (DOI)

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    Is endoscopic surveillance necessary for patients who undergo total gastrectomy for gastric cancer?

    Park, Sung Jae, Park, Young Soo, Jung, In Sub, Yoon, Hyuk, Shin, Cheol Min, Ahn, Sang-Hoon, Park, Do Joong, Kim, Hyung Ho, Kim, Nayoung, Lee, Dong Ho
    PLoS ONE, 2018, Vol.13(6) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Laparoscopic Proximal Gastrectomy as a Surgical Treatment for Upper Third Early Gastric Cancer

    Park, Do Joong, Park, Young Suk, Ahn, Sang Hoon, Kim, Hyung Ho
    The Korean journal of gastroenterology = Taehan Sohwagi Hakhoe chi, 25 September 2017, Vol.70(3), pp.134-140 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Comparative study of clinical outcomes between laparoscopy-assisted proximal gastrectomy (LAPG) and laparoscopy-assisted total gastrectomy (LATG) for proximal gastric cancer

    Ahn, Sang-Hoon, Lee, Ju, Park, Do, Kim, Hyung-Ho
    Gastric Cancer, 2013, Vol.16(3), pp.282-289 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Long-term outcomes and feasibility with laparoscopy-assisted gastrectomy for gastric cancer

    Kim, Ki Han, Kim, Min Chan, Jung, Ghap Joong, Kim, Hyung Ho
    Journal of gastric cancer, March 2012, Vol.12(1), pp.18-25 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Long-term outcomes and feasibility with laparoscopy-assisted gastrectomy for gastric cancer
    Author: Kim, Ki Han; Kim, Min Chan; Jung, Ghap Joong; Kim, Hyung Ho
    Subject: Gastric Cancer ; Laparoscopy ; Survival
    Description: Recently, laparoscopy-assisted gastrectomy (LAG) has been widely accepted modality for early gastric cancer in Korea. The indication of LAG may be extended in an experienced institution. In our institution, the first case of laparoscopy-assisted gastrectomy (LAG) for gastric cancer was performed in May 1998. We retrospectively reviewed the long-term oncologic outcomes over 12 years to clarify the feasibility of LAG for gastric cancer. The authors retrospectively analyzed 753 patients who underwent LAG for gastric cancer, from May 1998 to August 2010. We reviewed clinicopathological features, postoperative outcomes, mortality and morbidity, recurrence, and survival of LAG for gastric cancer. During the time period, 3,039 operations for gastric cancer were performed. Among them, 753 cases were done by LAG (24.8%). There were 69 cases of total gastrectomy, 682 subtotal gastrectomies, and 2 proximal gastrectomies. According to TNM stage, 8 patients were in stage 0, 619 in stage I, 88 in stage II, and 38 in stage III. The operation-related complications occurred in 77 cases (10.2%). Median follow-up period was 56.2 months (range 0.7~165.6 months). Twenty-five patients (3.3%) developed recurrence, during the follow-up period. The overall 5-year and disease free survival rates were 97.1% and 96.3%, respectively. The number of postoperative complications and survival rates of our series were comparable to the results from that of other reports. The authors consider LAG to be a feasible alternative for the treatment of early gastric cancer. However, rationale for laparoscopic surgery in advanced gastric cancer has yet to be determined.
    Is part of: Journal of gastric cancer, March 2012, Vol.12(1), pp.18-25
    Identifier: 2093-5641 (E-ISSN); 22500260 Version (PMID); 10.5230/jgc.2012.12.1.18 (DOI)

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    Proximal Gastrectomy for Gastric Cancer

    Jung, Do Hyun, Ahn, Sang-Hoon, Park, Do Joong, Kim, Hyung-Ho
    Journal of gastric cancer, June 2015, Vol.15(2), pp.77-86 [Peer Reviewed Journal]