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First edition (2011)
A volume of 160 pages with 61 b/w and colour figures and 20 tables
Laparoscopic surgery has been really influenced by the improvement of medical products. The possibility to expand the surgical field and the new surgical instruments have contributed to the wide diffusion of mininvasive techniques. A so quick evolution has requested a revision of well established procedures and methods. But, above all, it has required a specific knowledge related to the different technical supports.
Nowadays, the high-quality technical approach of mininvasive surgery necessarily leads to more sophisticated solutions in order to overcome some possible problems due to human limits. A specific innovative equipment allows to simplify different surgical tricks as well as repeating the same surgical procedures.
Mininvasive surgery requires an accurate use of hands: surgeons have to follow formative training, in order to acquire specific abilities and strengthen previous competences.
Laparoscopic heller-dor for primary esophageal achalasia: outcomes in 158 patients
What’s new in the laparoscopic surgical treatment of gerd?
What’s new in gist
Bariatric and metabolic surgery
What is new in laparoscopic biliary surgery
Treatment options for common bile duct stones associated with gallbladder stones in the era of mininvasive surgery
What’s new in laparoscopic left hemicolectomy?
New outcomes in laparoscopic bariatric surgery
What’s new in laparoscopic adrenalectomy
Single incision laparoscopic surgery: what are the limits of this new surgical modality? A new “Perforator-grinder-Aspirator Apparatus (PGAA)”
What’s new in thoracic surgery
What’s new in laparoscopic gynecological surgery
Laparoscopic treatment of cystic liver hydatidosis
What’s new in thyroid and parathyroid surgery