Viviane Lin

Viviane Lin
Zealand University Hospital · Department of surgery

Doctor of Medicine

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Introduction
Inflammatory bowel disease, colorectal surgery, colorectal cancer, pouchitis

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Publications (9)
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Background and Aims Many patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) require surgery during their disease-course. Having individual risk predictions available prior to surgery could aid in better informed-decision making for personalized treatment trajectories in IBD surgery. The American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement...
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Purpose The majority of colorectal cancer surgeries are performed electively, and treatment is often decided at the multidisciplinary team conference. Although the average 30-day mortality rate is low, there is substantial population heterogeneity from young, healthy patients to frail, elderly patients. The individual risk of surgery can vary widel...
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Background: The occurrence of postoperative complications and anastomotic leakage are major drivers of mortality in the immediate phase after colorectal cancer surgery. We trained prediction models for calculating patients' individual risk of complications based only on preoperatively available data in a multidisciplinary team setting. Knowing pri...
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Purpose The majority of colorectal cancer surgeries are performed electively, and treatment is often decided at the multidisciplinary team conference. Although the average 30-day mortality rate is low, there is substantial population heterogeneity from young, healthy patients to frail, elderly patients. The individual risk of surgery can vary widel...
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Background Ulcerative colitis is associated with a higher risk for developing colorectal cancer. It is unknown whether this translates into a worse prognosis when malignancy occurs. The goal of this study was to compare long-term outcomes between patients with ulcerative colitis-associated colorectal cancer and sporadic colorectal cancer.Methods Al...
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Background: Many aspects of post-transplant monitoring of donorspecific (DSA) and non-donorspecific (nDSA) anti-HLA antibodies on renal allograft survival are still unclear. Differentiating them by their ability to bind C1q may offer a better risk assessment. Methods: We retrospectively investigated the clinical relevance of de novo C1q-binding...

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