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World J Gastrointest Surg. May 27, 2023; 15(5): 799-811
Published online May 27, 2023. doi: 10.4240/wjgs.v15.i5.799
Table 1 Studies on laparoscopic colon transposition showing baseline and intraoperative variables
Total No. patients
Colon used
Arterial pedicle
Blood loss (mL)
Operative duration
Lin et al[21], 20027Hand-assisted laparoscopic colon mobilizationTransverse colonAscending branch of left colic arteryRetrosternal100 (50-350)3.9 h (3.2-5.0)
Esteves et al[4], 20103/5 corrosiveLaparoscopic-assisted esophagectomy and colonic interpositionTransverse colonDouble vascular pedicle (left colic artery and marginal paracolic arcade)Posterior mediastinal-3.6 h (3.0-4.0)
Maurer et al[5], 201320Laparoscopic transhiatal esophagectomy + laparoscopic assisted colonic transpositionTransverse colon-Posterior mediastinal-8.3 h
Javed et al[18], 20134Total laparoscopic esophageal bypassAscending, transverse colonLeft colic arteryRetrosternal100 (80-120)6.1 h (5.3-7.0)
Banerjee et al[24], 201710Laparoscopic-assisted colonic transpositionAscending, transverse colonLeft colic arteryRetrosternal150 (100-200)240 m (210-300)
Gurram et al[19], 20207Laparoscopic midcolon esophageal bypassMid colonLeft colic arteryRetrosternal200 (100-400)440 m (390-600)