High volume surgery, flood myths, cancer, and minions
Welcome to the present issue of European Surgery. Going in line with the notion to foster the open-minded approach and novel developments, the spectrum of articles and contributions addresses minimally invasive surgery for the treatment of colorectal cancer, gastric cancer, esophageal disorders, management of liver regeneration, urinary tract carcinoma, diaphragmatic malignancy, and vitamin D metabolism. Most importantly, the papers focus on the life quality issue and the patient selection criteria for respective treatments. The authors are to congratulated for their patience, long-standing experience, and enthusiastic highly motivated approach towards the wide-range of diseases and personalized treatment modalities. Most importantly, the papers center their focus on the elimination of causes for the impairment of the life quality and productivity of those affected. Individuals wish to live in perfect well-being.