Bronchoplastic Operation Using a Continuous Anastomosis for Mucous Gland Adenoma

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Abstract

Mucous gland adenoma is an uncommon tumor that seems to be truly benign, and parenchyma-saving bronchoplastic operations are feasible. We applied a continuous anastomosis using an absorbable monofilament suture for bronchoplasty to treat mucous gland adenoma in the segmental bronchus. Continuous anastomosis is easy, quick, and safe, needing fewer knots. Continuous anastomosis for segmental bronchi is an efficient technique, and no stenosis or stricture occurred in this case.

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