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Our data show that PFC effectively prevents pancreatic fistula and shortens postoperative hospital stay after Lap-DP.
4 l PEG treatment is better than 36 mg senna and 2 l PEG as routine colonic cleansing before colonoscopy because of fewer failures.
Hybrid transgastric NOTES cholecystectomy is feasible, safe and results in optimal CVS. Use of OTSC for gastrotomy closure is feasible, reliable and results in histology-proven full-thickness closure in survival porcine experiments.
Laparoendoscopic single-site colorectal resection using conventional instrumentation is feasible and safe when performed by an experienced team. The LESS approach may have advantages in terms of minimal pain, cosmesis, lower costs, and faster recovery. A randomized trial is required to confirm...
Endoscopic lateral neck dissection via breast approach is feasible and safe with excellent cosmetic results for selected cases of PTC. Further study based on large comparative series and long-term follow-up is needed to verify its oncological validity.
The manipulator equipped with the MSC was ergonomically inferior; it was more difficult to handle and provided less precision, resulting in higher error rates than the FTC manipulator. This study also confirmed that motion analysis is useful for assessment of the design of handheld manipulators...
LAG and OG did not differ significantly in terms of recurrence, even when used in advanced gastric cancer cases. Multivariate analysis revealed that high TNM stage was significantly associated with recurrence. Thus, LAG appears to be a safe and feasible procedure that has the potential to be an...
Robotic thyroidectomy using gasless transaxillary method was feasible, safe, and provided good outcomes for patients with differentiated thyroid carcinoma. Robotic technology overcame some technical limitations associated with conventional endoscopy.
Preoperative endoscopic clipping and intraoperative portable abdominal radiograph is an accurate and simple tumor localization method in laparoscopic gastrectomy.
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