Use of a Pfannenstiel incision in minimally invasive colorectal cancer surgery is associated with a lower risk of wound complications

S. T. Orcutt, C. J. Balentine, C. L. Marshall, C. N. Robinson, D. A. Anaya, A. Artinyan, S. S. Awad, D. H. Berger, D. Albo

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