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  • 1 Petz Aladár Megyei Oktatókórház, Győr
  • | 2 Szegedi Tudományegyetem, Szeged
  • | 3 Pécsi Tudományegyetem, ÁOK, Pécs
  • | 4 Uzsoki Utcai Kórház, Budapest
  • | 5 Csolnoky Ferenc Kórház, Veszprém
  • | 6 Országos Onkológiai Intézet, Budapest
  • | 7 Csolnoky Ferenc Kórház, Veszprém
  • | 8 Kenézy Gyula Kórház, Debrecen
  • | 9 Semmelweis Egyetem, Budapest
  • | 10 Szent Borbála Kórház, Tatabánya
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A rectum jó- és korai rosszindulatú elváltozásainak kivizsgálási, sebészeti kezelési, valamint betegkövetési elveit foglaltuk össze. Célunk a transanalis minimálisan invazív műtéti technika hazai szakmai gyakorlatának egységes szemléletű összefogása (szinopszis), valamint egy közös, hazai transanalis műtéti audit (minőségellenőrzési) rendszer alapjainak a megteremtése.

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