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Schwannoma is a rare, benign tumor that arises from the nerve sheath. This tumor usually involves the extremities, but can also be found in the head and neck, trunk, pelvis, retroperitoneum, mediastinum and gastrointes-tinal tract. In numerous cases, the tumors are asymptomatic and are identified incidentally on physical examination or imaging.… (More)
Major liver resections remain a challenge for liver surgeons. This video illustrates, step by step, a totally laparoscopic technique for left hepatectomy with intraoperative exploration of the remaining biliary tree in a patient with unilateral hepatolithiasis.