Volume: 28

1. Risk Factors of Parastomal Hernia and Creation of an Ostomy. Page:225—225
2. A Case of Sigmoid Colon Tuberculosis Mimicking Colon Cancer. Page:275—277
3. Extensive Bowel Ischemia with Heavy Alcohol Consumption: Report of a Case. Page:61—65
4. Factors Influencing Oncologic Outcomes after Tumor-specific Mesorectal Excision for Rectal Cancer. Page:71—72
5. Is Abdominal Computed Tomography Helpful for the Management of an Intestinal Obstruction Caused by a Bezoar?. Page:69—70
6. A Case of a Mucinous Adenocarcinoma Arising from a Rectal Diverticulum. Page:222—224
7. Analysis of Risk Factors for the Development of Incisional and Parastomal Hernias in Patients after Colorectal Surgery. Page:299—303
8. Comparative Study of a Single-Incision Laparoscopic and a Conventional Laparoscopic Appendectomy for the Treatment of Acute Appendicitis. Page:304—308
9. The Use of a Staged Drainage Seton for the Treatment of Anal Fistulae or Fistulous Abscesses. Page:309—314
10. Expression of Placenta Growth Factor in Colorectal Carcinomas. Page:315—320
11. Colouterine Fistula Caused by Diverticulitis of the Sigmoid Colon. Page:321—324
12. Necrotizing Fasciitis of the Thigh Secondary to Radiation Colitis in a Rectal Cancer Patient. Page:325—329
13. Aluminum Potassium Sulfate and Tannic Acid Injection for Hemorrhoids. Page:73—77
14. Comparison of a Fistulectomy and a Fistulotomy with Marsupialization in the Management of a Simple Anal Fistula: A Randomized, Controlled Pilot Trial. Page:78—82
15. Intestinal Anastomosis by Use of a Memory-shaped Compression Anastomosis Clip (Hand CAC 30): Early Clinical Experience. Page:83—88
16. Bezoar-induced Small Bowel Obstruction. Page:89—93
17. Clinical Characteristics and Surgical Safety in Patients with Acute Appendicitis Aged over 80. Page:94—99
18. Oncologic Outcomes and Risk Factors for Recurrence after Tumor-specific Mesorectal Excision of Rectal Cancer: 782 Cases. Page:100—107
19. Giant Peritoneal Loose Body in the Pelvic Cavity. Page:108—110
20. A Case of Primary Ovarian Lymphoma Presenting as a Rectal Submucosal Tumor. Page:111—115
21. New Hope for Wound Healing after Bowel Resection. Page:117—117
22. Good Post-operative Results Depend on Strict Patient Selection and Strict Operative Procedure. Page:118—118
23. Comparison of Long-term Clinical Outcomes according to the Change in the Rectocele Depth between Transanal and Transvaginal Repairs for a Symptomatic Rectocele. Page:140—144
24. The Influence of Nutritional Assessment on the Outcome of Ostomy Takedown. Page:145—151
25. Appendicitis during Pregnancy: The Clinical Experience of a Secondary Hospital. Page:152—159
26. Does T3 Subdivision Correlate with Nodal or Distant Metastasis in Colorectal Cancer?. Page:160—164
27. Treatment of a Recurrent Rectourethral Fistula by Using Transanal Rectal Flap Advancement and Fibrin Glue: A Case Report. Page:165—169
28. A Case of Rectal Cancer in a Patient with Neurofibromatosis Type 1. Page:170—173
29. Risk Factors for Repeat Abdominal Surgery in Patients with Crohn's Disease. Page:175—175
30. Current Issues Involving the Treatment of Small Rectal Carcinoid Tumors. Page:176—177
31. Clinical Significance of Serum Carcinoembryonic Antigen Level in Rectal Cancer Patients Who Underwent Preoperative Chemoradiotherapy. Page:178—178
32. An Update on Preoperative Radiotherapy for Locally Advanced Rectal Cancer. Page:179—187
33. Risk Factors for Repeat Abdominal Surgery in Korean Patients with Crohn's Disease: A Multi-Center Study of a Korean Inflammatory Bowel Disease Study Group. Page:188—194
34. An Analysis of Factors Associated with Increased Perineal Descent in Women. Page:195—200
35. Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery for the Treatment of Well-Differentiated Rectal Neuroendocrine Tumors. Page:201—204
36. Clinical Significance of Serial Serum Carcinoembryonic Antigen Values for Treating Rectal Cancer with Preoperative Chemoradiotherapy. Page:205—212
37. Incidence and Multiplicities of Adenomatous Polyps in TNM Stage I Colorectal Cancer in Korea. Page:213—218
38. Anal Myolipoma: A New Benign Entity in Patients with an Anal Tumor?. Page:219—221
39. Robotic Colorectal Surgery: Is It Still on the Way to a Landmark?. Page:1—2
40. Will the Stroma-derived Factor-1alpha (CXCL12)/CXCR4 Pathway Become a Major Concern for Advanced Colorectal Cancer?. Page:3—4
41. Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy for Colon Cancer: Technically Feasible and Safe to Perform in Terms of Oncologic Outcomes. Page:5—5
42. Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer, Is It a Guarantee for the Cure of Cancer?. Page:6—6
43. New Techniques for Treating an Anal Fistula. Page:7—12
44. Delorme's Procedure for Complete Rectal Prolapse: Does It Still Have It's Own Role?. Page:13—18
45. Comparison of Short-term Surgical Outcomes between a Robotic Colectomy and a Laparoscopic Colectomy during Early Experience. Page:19—26
46. Stromal-cell-derived Factor 1-alpha Promotes Tumor Progression in Colorectal Cancer. Page:27—34
47. Multivariate Analysis of the Survival Rate for Treatment Modalities in Incurable Stage IV Colorectal Cancer. Page:35—41
48. Oncologic Outcomes of a Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy for Colon Cancer: Results of a 3-Year Follow-up. Page:42—48
49. Clinicopathologic Factors Affecting Recurrence after Curative Surgery for Stage I Colorectal Cancer. Page:49—55
50. Operative Treatment with a Laparotomy for Anorectal Problems Arising from a Self-Inserted Foreign Body. Page:56—60
51. Cyclooxygenase and Prostaglandin in Cancer. Page:226—227
52. From Evidence-based Medicine to Personalized Medicine. Page:228—229
53. Update and Debate Issues in Surgical Treatment of Middle and Low Rectal Cancer. Page:230—240
54. Incidence and Risk Factors of Parastomal Hernia. Page:241—246
55. Hyperbilirubinemia Is a Significant Indicator for the Severity of Acute Appendicitis. Page:247—252
56. Prognostic Implication of 15-Hydroxyprostaglandin Dehydrogenase Down-Regulation in Patients with Colorectal Cancer. Page:253—258
57. Oncologic Outcomes of Stage IIIA Colon Cancer for Different Chemotherapeutic Regimens. Page:259—264
58. Initial Clinical Experience with Robotic Lateral Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection for Advanced Rectal Cancer. Page:265—270
59. A New Technique Using Ultra-slim Endoscopy for High-Grade Crohn's Stricture. Page:271—274
60. Condyloma Acuminate and Increase in the Number of Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive Patients. Page:279—279
61. Risk Factors for Incisional Hernia and Parastomal Hernia after Colorectal Surgery. Page:280—281
62. Single-Incision Laparoscopic Appendectomy. Page:282—283
63. Finding a New Prognostic Biomarker for Metastatic Colorectal Cancer. Page:284—285
64. Pelvic Exenteration: Surgical Approaches. Page:286—293
65. Association of Immune Status with Recurrent Anal Condylomata in Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive Patients. Page:294—298
66. Comparison of a Fistulectomy and a Fistulotomy with Marsupialization in the Management of a Simple Anal Fistula: A Randomized, Controlled Pilot Trial. Page:67—68
67. T3 Subdivision Correlation with Nodal or Distant Metastasis in Colorectal Cancer; Is It Practically Useful?. Page:119—120
68. A Comprehensive Review of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Focusing on Surgical Management. Page:121—131
69. Adipose-tissue-derived Stem Cells Enhance the Healing of Ischemic Colonic Anastomoses: An Experimental Study in Rats. Page:132—139