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Robotic-assisted major liver resection may have advantages


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JAMA Surgery
Reuters Health - 11/03/2022 - For patients undergoing major liver resection, use of a robotic platform has advantages over a traditional laparoscopic approach, according to a large study.  "Laparoscopic and robotic techniques have both been well adopted as safe options in selected patients undergoing hepatectomy. However, it is unknown whether either approach is superior, especially for major hepatectomy such as right hepatectomy or extended right hepatectomy (RH/ERH)," the study team says in JAMA Surgery.  Dr. Brian Goh of Singapore General Hospital and colleagues did a propensity-score-matched analysis of patients undergoing robotic or laparoscopic RH/EHR at ...


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