• A Comparative Study Between the Use of Prolene Mesh and Conventional Muscle Plication for Correction of Musculoaponeurotic Laxity in Abdominoplasty
    Mohamed Farouk, M.D.* and Wael Naeem Thabet Aziz, M.D.**
  • Facial Lipoifilling for the Treatment of Facial Asymmetry Following Permanent Synthetic Filler Morbidity
    Mohamed Farouk, M.d.* and Wael Naeem Thabet Aziz, M.D.**
  • Postoperative Complications
    Haitham Akram Saimeh
  • Rectal Cancer
    Haitham Akram Saimeh
  • The Role of Laparoscopy in Management of Complications Related to the Peritoneal Segment of Ventriculo-Peritoneal Shunts: Feasibility for Salvage
    Mohamed Hamed Abouelfadl, MD. (1), Mahmoud M. Marei, MD. (1), Moutaz Ragab, MD(1), Ahmed Arafa Elsayed Rawash, MD. (1), Wesam Mohamed Mahmoud, MD. (1), Siham Anwer Imam, MD.(1&2), Ahmed Abdelhaseeb Youssef, MD(3), Tamer Yassin Mohamed Yassin, MD. (1)
  • Autologous Platelet Rich Plasma Versus Vacuum Assisted Closure Therapy in management of chronic leg ulcers
    Ashraf Kamal Abdalla, M.D. * ; Amr Mohamed EL Hefny, M.D.* ; Khaled Ahmed Reyad, M.D.** ; Noura Omar Mohamed, M.B.B.CH. **;
  • The Added Value of Concomitant Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Sleeve Gastrectomy in Morbidly Obese Patients with Gall Stone Disease (A prospective Single Arm Study)
    Sherif M. Mokhtar, Hasan Abouelnaga, Wael Lolah, Salma Dowara, Emad Khallaf
  • Pulmonary War Injury in Yemen
    Ali Mohamed. A. Saleh , M.D ,CAIRO *, Arafat Ali Mohammed Al-absi , M.B.B.Ch
  • Efficacy of the Management of Node Negative Early Stage Breast Cancer Using 1% Methylene Blue in Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy:prospective study, kasrAlaini University Hospital
    Sherif M. Mokhtar, HasanAbouelnaga, Wael Lolah, Salma Dowara, Emad Khallaf
  • The Added Value of Concomitant Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Sleeve Gastrectomy in Morbidly Obese Patients with Gall Stone Disease (A prospective Single Arm Study)
    Ahmed Maher AbdElmonim, RehamEltatawy, Ayman S. El-Din Helmy, Mohamed Hassan Ali Fahmy, Mohammed Elshal
  • Serum leptin level among Upper Egypt patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease
    Ahmed Qasem Mohamed,1 Essam Eldeen M.O. Mahran2
  • Effect of alveolar bone recontouring of mandibular atrophied ridge on clinical and radiographic outcomes of implants supporting All on 4 fixed restorations. A two- years clinical trial
    Hosam El Dein Said Hesain
  • Can intraoperative parathyroid hormone (IOPTH) assay replace combined IOPTH and frozen section in Parathyroidectomy for 1ry hyperparathyroidism: A comparative study?
    Ramy Mikhael Nageeb,1 Hatem ElGohary, MD;2 Mohamed Gamal, MD3
  • Validity and accuracy of scoring system of Randhawa and pujahari for prediction of difficult laparoscopic choleystectomy in Egyptian population
    Mohamed Saber Mostafa, Mohamed Elsayed Elshaaer, Aly Elshehry
  • Observational analysis of Endovascular complications of superficial femoral artery diseases (Prospective Study)
    Ahmed Samir Hosny, MD; El-Sayed A. Abd El-Mabood, MD; Amro Abdel Reheem, MD
  • Rectal Cancer

    Haitham Akram Saimeh
    Colorectal Surgery, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research center

    Recurrence of rectal cancer represents a major challenge which greatly reduces the long-term survival, therefore intensive follow up postoperatively including both clinical and pathological findings greatly improves the overall five-year survival rate of rectal cancer patients. In this case, we can see how there is high percent of recurrence in the rectal cancer surgery even after the total neoadjuvant CRTh and complete surgical excision, in the T2NO, we can notice still there is a recurrence rate. Surgical resection of rectal cancer depends mainly on clear CRM, free edges in addition to negative rectal mesenteric lymph nodes.

    Keywords: Rectal Cancer, Rectal cancer Reccurence, Rectal cancer and Surgery.