Aron Elsner

Aron Elsner
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin | Charité · Department of General, Visceral, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery

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Lung carcinoid tumors, also referred to as pulmonary neuroendocrine tumors or lung carcinoids, are rare neoplasms of the lung with a more favorable prognosis than other subtypes of lung cancer. Still, some patients suffer from relapsed disease and metastatic spread. Several recent single‐cell studies have provided detailed insights into the cellula...
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Background, objectives: In recent years, ERAS treatment pathways have found their way into many surgical fields, as they reduce complications and accelerate postoperative recovery. For thoracic surgery, the first ERAS guidelines were published by the ERAS Society and the European Society of Thoracic Surgeons (ESTS) in 2019. We have now evaluated h...
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If mediastinal tumours cause symptoms these are related to their anatomical localization or a paraneoplastic syndrome. The differential diagnosis is based on the clinical situation with finding the lesion, and, furthermore, taking into account the age and sex of the patient, and the mediastinal compartment where the lesion is located. Cross-section...
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Recent developments in immuno-oncology demonstrate that not only cancer cells, but also the tumor microenvironment can guide precision medicine. A comprehensive and in-depth characterization of the tumor microenvironment is challenging since its cell populations are diverse and can be important even if scarce. To identify clinically relevant microe...
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Lung carcinoid tumors, also referred to as pulmonary neuroendocrine tumors or lung carcinoids, are rare neoplasms of the lung with a more favorable prognosis than other subtypes of lung cancer. Still, some patients suffer from relapsed disease and metastatic spread while no consensus treatment exists for metastasized carcinoids. Several recent sing...
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Recent developments in immuno-oncology demonstrate that not only cancer cells, but also features of the tumor microenvironment guide precision medicine. Still, the relationship between tumor and microenvironment remains poorly understood. To overcome this limitation and identify clinically relevant microenvironmental and cancer features, we applied...
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Zusammenfassung Hintergrund Die Thoraxchirurgie ist im Alltag durch die COVID-19-Pandemie mit neuen Herausforderungen konfrontiert. Gegenwärtig werden unterschiedliche Konzepte und Empfehlungen verfolgt, um unsere Patienten/-innen und uns selbst zu schützen. Wie diese im Einzelnen umgesetzt werden, kann jedoch aufgrund der bestehenden Infrastruktur...
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OBJECTIVES This study aimed to compare the outcomes of patients with ocular myasthenia gravis (OMG) who underwent thymectomy before generalization with the outcomes of those who underwent thymectomy after generalization. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed patients who underwent robotic thymectomy for myasthenia gravis between January 2003 and F...
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Extended thymectomy has been considered the goal of surgery for myasthenia gravis (MG) mainly due to the existence of ectopic thymic tissue. Recently, ectopic thymic tissue has attracted increasing attention in patients with MG following thymectomy. However, the specific role of ectopic thymic tissue in patients with MG is still under debate. A sys...
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Die roboterassistierte Chirurgie repräsentiert einen deutlichen Fortschritt in der minimal-invasiven Chirurgie, da sie viele technische Limitationen der konventionellen Laparoskopie überwindet. Aktuell kommt in der chirurgischen Onkologie überwiegend das Da-Vinci-Op.-System zum Einsatz, welches als „Master-Slave-System“ im Prinzip einem computerass...
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Robotic-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (RATS) creates an extended approach for thymectomy in terms of locating contralateral phrenic nerve and upper poles of the thymus. RATS thymectomy is indicated in all non-thymomatous myasthenia gravis (MG) patients and thymomatous MG patients with resectable thymoma, typically Masaoka-Koga I and II. Left-sided...

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