Microfracture-coagulation for the real robotic liver parenchymal transection

Jordi Navinés i López, Fernando Pardo Aranda, Manel Cremades Pérez, Francisco Espin Alvarez, Alba Zárate Pinedo, Esteban Cugat Andorrà

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The use of the robotic approach in liver surgery is exponentially increasing. Although technically the robot introduces several innovative features, the instruments linked with the traditional laparoscopic approach for the liver parenchymal transection are not available, which may result in multiple technical variants that may bias the comparative analysis between the different series worldwide. A real robotic approach, minimally efficient for the liver parenchymal transection, with no requirement of external tool, available for the already existing platforms, and applicable to any type of liver resection, counting on the selective use of the plugged bipolar forceps and the monopolar scissors, or "microfracture-coagulation" (MFC) transection method, is described in detail. The relevant aspects of the technique, its indications and methodological basis are discussed.
Idioma originalEnglish
Número d’article101
Nombre de pàgines8
RevistaJournal of Robotic Surgery
Volum18
Número1
DOIs
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 2024

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