Some evidence suggests a reduction in clinical and surgical recurrence after mesenteric resection in Crohn's Disease (CD). The aim of the REsection of the MEsentery StuDY (Remedy) was to assess whether mesenteric removal during surgery for ileocolic CD has an impact in terms of postoperative complications, endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences, and long-term surgical recurrence. Among the 326 patients undergoing primary resection between 2009 and 2019 in two referral centers, in 204 (62%) the mesentery was resected (Group A) and in 122 (38%) it was retained (Group B). Median follow-up was 4.7 ± 3 years. Groups were similar in the peri-operative course. Endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences were 44.6% and 40.4% in Group A, and 46.7% and 41.2% in Group B, respectively, without statistically significant differences. The five-year time-to-event estimates, compared with the Log-rank test, were 3% and 4% for normal or thickened mesentery (p = 0.6), 2.8% and 4% for resection or sparing of the mesentery (p = 0.6), and 1.7% and 5.4% in patients treated with biological or immunosuppressants versus other adjuvant therapy (p = 0.02). In Cox's model, perforating behavior was a risk factor, and biological or immunosuppressant adjuvant therapy protective for surgical recurrence. The resection of the mesentery does not seem to reduce endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences, and the five-year recurrence rate.

Some evidence suggests a reduction in clinical and surgical recurrence after mesenteric resection in Crohn’s Disease (CD). The aim of the REsection of the MEsentery StuDY (Remedy) was to assess whether mesenteric removal during surgery for ileocolic CD has an impact in terms of postoperative complications, endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences, and long-term surgical recurrence. Among the 326 patients undergoing primary resection between 2009 and 2019 in two referral centers, in 204 (62%) the mesentery was resected (Group A) and in 122 (38%) it was retained (Group B). Median follow-up was 4.7 ± 3 years. Groups were similar in the peri-operative course. Endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences were 44.6% and 40.4% in Group A, and 46.7% and 41.2% in Group B, respectively, without statistically significant differences. The five-year time-toevent estimates, compared with the Log-rank test, were 3% and 4% for normal or thickened mesentery (p = 0.6), 2.8% and 4% for resection or sparing of the mesentery (p = 0.6), and 1.7% and 5.4% in patients treated with biological or immunosuppressants versus other adjuvant therapy (p = 0.02). In Cox’s model, perforating behavior was a risk factor, and biological or immunosuppressant adjuvant therapy protective for surgical recurrence. The resection of the mesentery does not seem to reduce endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences, and the five-year recurrence rate.

Has the Removing of the Mesentery during Ileo-Colic Resection an Impact on Post-Operative Complications and Recurrence in Crohn's Disease? Results from the Resection of the Mesentery Study (Remedy) / M. Mineccia, G. Maconi, M. Daperno, M. Cigognini, V. Cherubini, F. Colombo, S. Perotti, C. Baldi, P. Massucco, S. Ardizzone, A. Ferrero, G.M. Sampietro. - In: JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MEDICINE. - ISSN 2077-0383. - 11:7(2022 Apr 01), pp. 1961.1-1961.12. [10.3390/jcm11071961]

Has the Removing of the Mesentery during Ileo-Colic Resection an Impact on Post-Operative Complications and Recurrence in Crohn's Disease? Results from the Resection of the Mesentery Study (Remedy)

G. Maconi;M. Cigognini;F. Colombo;C. Baldi;S. Ardizzone;
2022

Abstract

Some evidence suggests a reduction in clinical and surgical recurrence after mesenteric resection in Crohn’s Disease (CD). The aim of the REsection of the MEsentery StuDY (Remedy) was to assess whether mesenteric removal during surgery for ileocolic CD has an impact in terms of postoperative complications, endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences, and long-term surgical recurrence. Among the 326 patients undergoing primary resection between 2009 and 2019 in two referral centers, in 204 (62%) the mesentery was resected (Group A) and in 122 (38%) it was retained (Group B). Median follow-up was 4.7 ± 3 years. Groups were similar in the peri-operative course. Endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences were 44.6% and 40.4% in Group A, and 46.7% and 41.2% in Group B, respectively, without statistically significant differences. The five-year time-toevent estimates, compared with the Log-rank test, were 3% and 4% for normal or thickened mesentery (p = 0.6), 2.8% and 4% for resection or sparing of the mesentery (p = 0.6), and 1.7% and 5.4% in patients treated with biological or immunosuppressants versus other adjuvant therapy (p = 0.02). In Cox’s model, perforating behavior was a risk factor, and biological or immunosuppressant adjuvant therapy protective for surgical recurrence. The resection of the mesentery does not seem to reduce endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences, and the five-year recurrence rate.
Some evidence suggests a reduction in clinical and surgical recurrence after mesenteric resection in Crohn's Disease (CD). The aim of the REsection of the MEsentery StuDY (Remedy) was to assess whether mesenteric removal during surgery for ileocolic CD has an impact in terms of postoperative complications, endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences, and long-term surgical recurrence. Among the 326 patients undergoing primary resection between 2009 and 2019 in two referral centers, in 204 (62%) the mesentery was resected (Group A) and in 122 (38%) it was retained (Group B). Median follow-up was 4.7 ± 3 years. Groups were similar in the peri-operative course. Endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences were 44.6% and 40.4% in Group A, and 46.7% and 41.2% in Group B, respectively, without statistically significant differences. The five-year time-to-event estimates, compared with the Log-rank test, were 3% and 4% for normal or thickened mesentery (p = 0.6), 2.8% and 4% for resection or sparing of the mesentery (p = 0.6), and 1.7% and 5.4% in patients treated with biological or immunosuppressants versus other adjuvant therapy (p = 0.02). In Cox's model, perforating behavior was a risk factor, and biological or immunosuppressant adjuvant therapy protective for surgical recurrence. The resection of the mesentery does not seem to reduce endoscopic and ultrasonographic recurrences, and the five-year recurrence rate.
anastomosis; complications; Crohn’s disease; IBD; mesentery; resection; surgery; surgical recurrence
Settore MED/18 - Chirurgia Generale
Settore MED/12 - Gastroenterologia
1-apr-2022
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