Lymph node mapping and anastomosis evaluation by VISERA ELITE II®, a novel surgical endoscope system, with infrared fluorescence imaging during laparoscopic rectal cancer surgery – a video vignette

@article{Hsu2019LymphNM,
  title={Lymph node mapping and anastomosis evaluation by VISERA ELITE II{\textregistered}, a novel surgical endoscope system, with infrared fluorescence imaging during laparoscopic rectal cancer surgery – a video vignette},
  author={C.‐W. Hsu},
  journal={Colorectal Disease},
  year={2019},
  volume={21}
}
  • C. Hsu
  • Published 1 March 2019
  • Medicine
  • Colorectal Disease
During colorectal surgery, indocyanine green (ICG) infra-red (IR) fluorescence imaging plays a potential role for lymphatic mapping [1,2] and evaluation of the anastomosis perfusion [3]. The new VISERA ELITE II ®  (CLV-S200-IR, Olympus Corp., Tokyo) surgical endoscope system has a versatile and efficient platform with excellent image quality. This system enables enhanced 3D visualization, narrow band imaging (NBI) and infra red imaging (IRI) [4]. This article is protected by copyright. All… 
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