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Utilization of the TAMIS technique for trans-stomal excision of a colonic neoplasm: a video demonstration

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Dr. S. Atallah is a paid consultant for Applied Medical, Inc., and ConMed, and has an ongoing consultancy with THD America and Medicaroid Robotics, Inc.

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Atallah, S. Utilization of the TAMIS technique for trans-stomal excision of a colonic neoplasm: a video demonstration. Tech Coloproctol 20, 779–780 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10151-016-1501-z

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Keywords

  • Tamis
  • Tubulovillous Adenoma
  • Colonic Neoplasm
  • Pedunculate Polyp
  • Rectal Neoplasm