Feasibility of transumbilical anatomic pulmonary lobectomy in a canine model

Abstract

Transthoracic thoracoscopic lobectomy is the preferred method of surgical treatment for early lung cancer. Current methods require a transthoracic approach and are associated with chronic postoperative pain in up to 25 % of patients. Single-port transumbilical uniport surgery may offer advantages over multiport surgery with less postoperative pain and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00464-014-3561-3

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@article{Yin2014FeasibilityOT, title={Feasibility of transumbilical anatomic pulmonary lobectomy in a canine model}, author={Shun-Ying Yin and Yen Chang Chu and Yi-Cheng Wu and Chi-Ju Yeh and Chien-Ying Liu and Ming-Ju Hsieh and Yun-hen Liu}, journal={Surgical Endoscopy}, year={2014}, volume={28}, pages={2980-2987} }