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Robotics in general surgery: personal experience in a large community hospital.
HYPOTHESIS Robotic technology is the most advanced development of minimally invasive surgery, but there are still some unresolved issues concerning its use in a clinical setting. DESIGN The studyExpand
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Indocyanine Green (ICG) Fluorescent Cholangiography During Robotic Cholecystectomy
Background/Aim. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is currently the gold standard treatment for gallstone disease. Bile duct injury is a rare and severe complication of this procedure, with a reportedExpand
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Fluorescence in robotic surgery
Currently, there are several clinical applications for intraoperative ICG, such as identification of vascular and biliary anatomy, assessment of organ and tissue perfusion, lymph node mapping, andExpand
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The role of the dual console in robotic surgical training.
SURGERY is a practical discipline, and proficiency comes through practice. Surgical education is evolving under the pressure of an increasing body of knowledge, working hour restrictions, andExpand
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State of the Art of Robotic Pancreatic Surgery
More than a decade has passed since robotic technology was adopted for abdominal surgery, and virtually every gastrointestinal operation has since been shown to be feasible, safe, and reproducibleExpand
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Robotic approach to hepatobiliary surgery
Robot-assisted hepatobiliary surgery has been steadily growing in recent years. It represents an alternative to the open and laparoscopic approaches in selected patients. Endowristed instruments andExpand
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Could ICG-aided robotic cholecystectomy reduce the rate of open conversion reported with laparoscopic approach? A head to head comparison of the largest single institution studies
Comparative studies between robotic and laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) focus heavily on economic considerations under the assumption of comparable clinical outcomes. Advancement of the roboticExpand
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Robotic-assisted pancreatic surgery
BackgroundPancreatic surgery is a challenging application of minimally invasive surgery. Due to the complexity of the surgical technique, requiring dissection along major abdominal vessels as well asExpand
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Prognostic value of histological grading in ductal adenocarcinoma of the pancreas
SummaryA new histological grading system with prognostic correlation for pancreatic cancer was proposed by Klöppel et al. in 1985. Histological sections from 60 ductal adenocarcinomas operated onExpand
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Treatment of metastatic renal cell carcinoma with constant-rate floxuridine infusion plus recombinant alpha 2b-interferon.
BACKGROUND Floxuridine (FUDR) and alpha-interferon (IFN) are active agents in advanced renal cell carcinoma, with different dose-limiting toxic effects and antitumor synergism in experimental models.Expand
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