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The epicardial ablation procedure using the thoracoscopic approach is feasible, safe, and reproducible.
Laparoscopic lymphatic mapping and SN removal is feasible in laparoscopic colectomy for colon cancer. Although the false-negative rate was high (16.7%), the overall results are promising and justify prospective studies to determine the real accuracy and false-negative rate for the technique.
Both potential surgical trainees and trainers stress the need for VR training in the surgical curriculum. Both groups believe the LAP Mentor to be a realistic VR module, with a powerful potential for training and monitoring basic laparoscopic skills as well as full laparoscopic procedures....
Intercostals neural blockade may safely be used to reduce the postoperative pain after laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
To obtain optimum proficiency in performing LCR, a minimum of 38 M-L procedures is required. Operative and patient outcomes improve beyond the early learning curve.
Herniation of retroperitoneal adipose tissue into the inguinal canal occurred in more than one-fifth of the patients with inguinal hernia. Awareness and appropriate treatment of the cord lipoma helped to reduce the risk of recurrence. During TEP, the internal inguinal ring and inguinal canal...
This technical report and case series demonstrates that prone thoracoscopic esophageal mobilization appears to be a reasonable alternative to the same procedure performed with the patient in the decubitus position. We find the technique to simplify portions of an otherwise difficult surgical...
The choice of dissection device and the light intensity used in laparoscopic surgery affect peritoneal TGF-β1 concentrations, indicating that peritoneal biology can be affected by laparoscopic surgery. Because TGF-β1 is involved in various biologic processes in the peritoneal cavity, this...
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