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START YEAR

2007

PUBLISHER

Springer London

LANGUAGE

en

HOMEPAGE

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

Recent publications latest 20 shown

  • 2019-04-05 Risk factors of positive surgical margins after robot-assisted radical prostatectomy in high-volume center: results in 732 cases.
  • 2019-04-05 Senhance 3-mm robot-assisted surgery: experience on first 14 patients in France.
  • 2019-04-04 The 100 most influential manuscripts in robotic surgery: a bibliometric analysis.
  • 2019-04 Evolution of robot-assisted general surgery in Greece and Cyprus
  • 2019-04 Transoral robotic resection of a retropharyngeal parathyroid adenoma: a case report
  • 2019-04 Robotic-assisted, spleen-preserving distal pancreatectomy for a solid pseudopapillary tumour in a pediatric patient: a case report and review of the literature
  • 2019-04 Ergonomic assessment of the first assistant during robot-assisted surgery
  • 2019-04 Manual morcellation compared to power morcellation during robotic myomectomy
  • 2019-04-01 Robotic single-site endometriosis resection using near-infrared fluorescence imaging with indocyanine green: a prospective case series and review of literature
  • 2019-04 Robotic Morgagni hernia repair: an emerging approach to a congenital defect
  • 2019-04 Robotic inguinal lymph node dissection for melanoma: a novel approach to a complicated problem
  • 2019-03-29 Postoperative pain after lobectomy: robot-assisted, video-assisted and open thoracic surgery
  • 2019-03-21 Short- and intermediate-term clinical outcome comparison between laparoscopic and robotic-assisted median arcuate ligament release
  • 2019-03-20 Robotic hepatic surgery in malignancy: review of the current literature
  • 2019-03-05 Robotic thoracic surgery: a support team to replace the bedside surgeon
  • 2019-03-05 Transoral robotic surgery using the Medrobotic Flex® system: the Adelaide experience
  • 2019-03-04 Management of a primary ventral incisional hernia: a survey of the International Hernia Collaboration
  • 2019-03-04 Robotic repair of partial anomalous pulmonary venous connection: the initial experience and technical details
  • 2019-03-04 Technical details and preliminary results of a full robotic type II endoleak treatment with the da Vinci Xi
  • 2019-03-01 Perioperative safety, feasibility, and oncologic utility of transoral robotic surgery with da Vinci Xi platform
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