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|Anastomotic Sinus That Developed From Leakage After a Rectal Cancer Resection: Should We Wait for Closure of the Stoma Until the Complete Resolution of the Sinus?|
|Chris Tae-Young Chung, Se-Jin Baek, Jung-Myun Kwak, Jin Kim, Seon-Hahn Kim|
Ann Coloproctol. 2019;35(1):30-35. Published online January 25, 2019
Anastomotic Sinus That Developed From Leakage After a Rectal Cancer Resection: Should We Wait for Closure of the Stoma Until the Complete Resolution of the Sinus?
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