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Table 1 Characteristics and outcomes of patients who underwent magnetic compression anastomosis for enteroenterostomy

From: Magnetic compression anastomosis is effective in treating stenosis after esophageal cancer surgery: a case report

No. Author Age (year) Sex Disease Disease cause Anastomosis Time until removal of magnet (days) Reintervention
1 Robert M Dorman 1 Female Esophageal atresia - Esophagoesophagostomy 13 Balloon dilation
2 Luzia Toselli 4 Male Ileostomy Malignant bowel obstruction Small bowel-small bowel 14 None
   16 Female Ileostomy Ileocolonic polyposis Small bowel-small bowel 15 None
3 Mark Bremholm Ellebaek 1 Male Esophageal atresia - Esophagoesophagostomy 5 Balloon dilation
4 Erkan Parlak 63 Male Anastomotic obstruction Larynx carcinoma Pharyngoesophageal 4 Balloon dilation
5 Carter C. Lebares 59 Male Small bowel obstruction - Small bowel-small bowel 9 None
6 Hideaki Kawabata 72 Male Anastomotic obstruction Gastric cancer Jejunojejunostomy 10 None
7 Hideaki Kawabata 89 Female Superior mesenteric artery syndrome - Gastrojejunostomy 10 None
8 Present case 76 Male Obstruction due to abscess formation Esophageal cancer Esophagostomy 14 Balloon dilation