Robot assistance in liver surgery: a real advantage over a fully laparoscopic approach? Results of a comparative bi‐institutional analysis

@article{Troisi2013RobotAI,
  title={Robot assistance in liver surgery: a real advantage over a fully laparoscopic approach? Results of a comparative bi‐institutional analysis},
  author={R. Troisi and A. Patriti and R. Montalti and L. Casciola},
  journal={The International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery},
  year={2013},
  volume={9}
}
  • R. Troisi, A. Patriti, +1 author L. Casciola
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine
  • The International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery
  • Laparoscopic liver resection (LAPR) is safe and feasible with a better postoperative course as compared to open resections. Robot‐assisted liver surgery (ROBR) is a potential alternative to LAPR. In this study we compare outcomes between ROBR and LAPR. 

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    Robotic versus laparoscopic surgery of the liver
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    Minimally invasive liver resections: a changing landscape and the rise of the robot
    Present and future in robotic hepatectomies
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    Indications for liver surgery: laparoscopic or robotic approach
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    • Highly Influenced
    Robotic versus open liver resections: A case‐matched comparison
    • 16
    Robotic Liver Resections

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