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Robotic Total Pelvic Exenteration with Laparoscopic Rectus Flap: Initial Experience

Table 1

Baseline characteristics of robotic total pelvic exenteration with laparoscopic rectus flap (MITPE) versus open patients.

MITPE
Case 1
MITPE
Case 2
MITPE
Case 3
Open TPE (9)
median (range)

Age (years)57786164
(47–75)
Previous abdominal surgeryYes
(colostomy)
NoYes
(colostomy)
6
(66.7%)
Previous radiationNoYes
(brachytherapy)
Yes
(external beam)
7
(77.8%)
Neoadjuvant chemotherapyNoNoYes7
(77.8%)
Body mass index (BMI, kg/m2)26.821.82429.6
(20.6–40.3)
Charlson index2233
(2–6)
Preoperative albumin (normal: 3.4–5.4 g/dL)Unavailable2.91
(2 months before surgery)
3.1
(2.7–3.8)

Median values shown with percentages or ranges in parentheses as appropriate. MITPE: robotic total pelvic exenteration with laparoscopic rectus flap; TPE: total pelvic exenteration; kg/m2: kilograms/meter squared; g/dL: grams/deciliter.
Preoperative albumin levels were available for 6 of 9 open TPE cases.

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