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Journal Info

START YEAR

2006

PUBLISHER

Springer London

LANGUAGE

en

HOMEPAGE

https://link.springer.com/journal/11701

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  • 2022-11-15 Long-term oncologic outcomes of robot-assisted radical cystectomy: update series from a high-volume robotic center beyond 10 years of follow-up
  • 2022-11-06 A propensity score matching study of totally robotic right hemicolectomy versus robot-assisted right hemicolectomy
  • 2022-11-05 Ambulatory colectomy: a pathway for advancing the enhanced recovery protocol
  • 2022-11-03 Combining staged laparoscopic colectomy with robotic completion proctectomy and ileal pouch–anal anastomosis (IPAA) in ulcerative colitis for improved clinical and cosmetic outcomes: a single-center feasibility study and technical description
  • 2022-11-03 Fluorescence-guided extended pelvic lymphadenectomy during robotic radical prostatectomy
  • 2022-11-03 Thoracic outlet syndrome: a retrospective analysis of robotic assisted first rib resections
  • 2022-11-02 Total versus conventional robotic-assisted cyst excisions and hepaticojejunostomies in children with choledochal cysts: a case–control study
  • 2022-11-02 Transferability of robotic console skills by early robotic surgeons: a multi-platform crossover trial of simulation training
  • 2022-11-01 Beyond the learning curve: improving outcomes in Robotic myomectomy compared to laparoscopic myomectomy
  • 2022-11-01 Analysis of fixed and variable operating room (or) time point efficiency in partial nephrectomies: open versus robotic-assisted
  • 2022-10-31 Volume-outcome relationship in intra-abdominal robotic-assisted surgery: a systematic review
  • 2022-10-31 Comparison of single-port and multi-port Retzius-sparing robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy
  • 2022-10-31 Initial experience with a novel robotic surgical system in abdominal surgery
  • 2022-10-30 Video labelling robot-assisted radical prostatectomy and the role of artificial intelligence (AI): training a novice
  • 2022-10-29 Intraoperative angiography of the neurovascular bundle using indocyanine green and near-infrared fluorescence improves anatomical dissection during robot-assisted radical prostatectomy: initial clinical experience
  • 2022-10-28 Long-term comparative outcome analysis of a robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy with retropubic radical prostatectomy by a single surgeon
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  • 2022-10-26 Robotic ureteral reimplantation and uretero-ureterostomy treating the ureterovesical junction pathologies in children: technical considerations and preliminary results
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