A randomized trial of laparoscopic versus open surgery for rectal cancer

H. Jaap Bonjer, Charlotte L. Deijen, Gabor A. Abis, Miguel A. Cuesta, Martijn H.G.M. Van Der Pas, Elly S.M. De Lange-De Klerk, Antonio M. Lacy, Willem A. Bemelman, John Andersson, Eva Angenete, Jacob Rosenberg, Alois Fuerst, Eva Haglind, A. d'Hoore, D. Birch, C. DeGara, C. Jamieson, P. Peiman, K. J. Jensen, O. BulutP. Jess, T. Harvald, H. Ovesen, E. Lundhus, I. Iesalnieks, A. Agha, C. Jaeger, M. Kreis, M. Kasparek, S. H. Kim, D. van der Peet, M. Buunen, W. Hop, P. Neijenhuis, P. P. Coene, E. van der Harst, Y. van't Riet, M. Gerhards, H. Prins, E. Targarona, C. Balague, C. Martinez, J. F. Osorio, G. Molina, S. Delgado, J. Lujan, G. Valero, A. Alonso-Poza, M. Losadar, S. Argudo, Z. Lackberg, S. Skullman, G. Kurlberg, J. Ekelund, U. Kressner, P. Matthiessen

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