Laparoscopically assisted vs open oesophagectomy for patients with oesophageal cancer – the ROMIO (Randomised Oesophagectomy: Minimally Invasive or Open) study: protocol for a randomized controlled trial (RCT)

Rachel C M Brierley, Daisy M Gaunt, Chris Metcalfe, Jane M Blazeby, Natalie S Blencowe, Marcus Jepson, Richard Berrisford, Kerry N L Avery, William Hollingworth, Caoimhe Rice, Aida Moure Fernandez, Newton A C S Wong, Joanna K Nicklin, Anni Skilton, A P Boddy, James Byrne, T Underwood, R.S. Vohra, James A Catton, Kish PursnaniRachel Melhado, Bilal Alkhaffaf, Richard Krysztopik, Peter Lamb, Lucy A Culliford, Chris A Rogers, Ben Howes, Katy A Chalmers, Sian E Cousins, J Elliott, Jenny L Donovan, Rachael L Heys, Robin A Wickens, Paul Wilkeron, Andrew Hollowood, Christopher G Streets, Dan R Titcomb, M Lee Humphreys, Tim Wheatley, Grant Sanders, Arun Ariyarathenam, Jamie Kelly, Fergus Noble, Graeme Couper, Richard J E Skipworth, Chris Deans, Sukhbir Ubhi, Rob Williams , David Bowrey, David Exon, Paul Turner, Vinutha Shetty, Ram Chaparala, Khurshid Akhtar, Naheed Farooq, Simon Parsons, Neil Welch, Rebecca Houlihan, Joanna Smith, Rachel Schranz, Nicola Rea, Jill Cooke, Andrea Williams, Carolyn Hindmarsh, Sally Maitland, Lucy Howie, C Paul Barham

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