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Inhalational Indocyanine Green to Visualize Lung Tumors—Defining the Margin of Error

Inhalational Indocyanine Green to Visualize Lung Tumors—Defining the Margin of Error Intraoperative Fluorescence Visualization of Lung Tumor Margin With Indocyanine Green Inhalation Original Investigation Research Invited Commentary Inhalational Indocyanine Green to Visualize Lung Tumors— Defining the Margin of Error Joseph D. Phillips, MD; David J. Finley, MD The adoption of video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery and mally invasive thoracic surgery will continue to expand the robotic-assisted thoracoscopic surgery has allowed for diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms for suspected and improved perioperative outcomes with equivalent long-term proven lung cancers. If benefits are demonstrated in a larger oncologic results for non–small cell lung cancer compared with cohort of patients, inhalational ICG could potentially change traditional thoracotomy. One how thoracic surgeons find small lung tumors. As lung- potential limitation of mini- sparing resections increase in the treatment of non–small Related article page 732 mally invasive techniques is a cell lung cancer, the ability to reliably detect the margin will decreased ability to palpate smaller lung nodules and deter- be particularly crucial. mine an adequate margin of healthy tissue in patients who Unfortunately, as noted by the authors, this method falls require lung-preserving resections. Robotic-assisted thoraco- victim to the same limitation as other fluorescence imaging scopic surgery also has an absence of haptic feedback, and sur- uses http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Surgery American Medical Association

Inhalational Indocyanine Green to Visualize Lung Tumors—Defining the Margin of Error

JAMA Surgery , Volume 155 (8) – Aug 24, 2020

Inhalational Indocyanine Green to Visualize Lung Tumors—Defining the Margin of Error

Abstract

Intraoperative Fluorescence Visualization of Lung Tumor Margin With Indocyanine Green Inhalation Original Investigation Research Invited Commentary Inhalational Indocyanine Green to Visualize Lung Tumors— Defining the Margin of Error Joseph D. Phillips, MD; David J. Finley, MD The adoption of video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery and mally invasive thoracic surgery will continue to expand the robotic-assisted thoracoscopic surgery has allowed for diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms for...
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American Medical Association
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2168-6254
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2168-6262
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10.1001/jamasurg.2020.1348
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Abstract

Intraoperative Fluorescence Visualization of Lung Tumor Margin With Indocyanine Green Inhalation Original Investigation Research Invited Commentary Inhalational Indocyanine Green to Visualize Lung Tumors— Defining the Margin of Error Joseph D. Phillips, MD; David J. Finley, MD The adoption of video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery and mally invasive thoracic surgery will continue to expand the robotic-assisted thoracoscopic surgery has allowed for diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms for suspected and improved perioperative outcomes with equivalent long-term proven lung cancers. If benefits are demonstrated in a larger oncologic results for non–small cell lung cancer compared with cohort of patients, inhalational ICG could potentially change traditional thoracotomy. One how thoracic surgeons find small lung tumors. As lung- potential limitation of mini- sparing resections increase in the treatment of non–small Related article page 732 mally invasive techniques is a cell lung cancer, the ability to reliably detect the margin will decreased ability to palpate smaller lung nodules and deter- be particularly crucial. mine an adequate margin of healthy tissue in patients who Unfortunately, as noted by the authors, this method falls require lung-preserving resections. Robotic-assisted thoraco- victim to the same limitation as other fluorescence imaging scopic surgery also has an absence of haptic feedback, and sur- uses

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JAMA SurgeryAmerican Medical Association

Published: Aug 24, 2020

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