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Successful preservation of the proximal stomach tube by evaluating blood flow using indocyanine green for gastric tube cancer: a case report
Surgical Case Reports
There have been two reports on preserving the proximal gastric tube by using intraoperative indocyanine green (ICG)-based photodynamic detection to evaluate blood flow through the anastomosis for gastric tube cancer after esophagectomy. However, in those cases, the period since the first operation was > 3 years 11 months, and there have been no reports of cases with < 1-year periods after the first operation. A 59-year-old man underwent video-assisted thoracic subtotal esophagectomy and gastricdoi:10.1186/s40792-020-00848-3 pmid:32337608 fatcat:umuf56ai6beidkbv5x4duhrk6e