The implementation of minimally invasive liver resection surgery (MILS) programs starts from procedures with a low degree of technical difficulty. Data regarding the real short-term advantage of laparoscopy according to technical difficulty are still lacking. The aim of the present study is to evaluate the differential benefit of laparoscopic over open technique according to the technical difficulty of the procedures and to investigate if efforts associated with laparoscopic approach are always justified.

Have we really understood when the efforts of laparoscopic liver resection are justified?-a complexity-based appraisal of the differential benefit

Aldrighetti, Luca
2022

Abstract

The implementation of minimally invasive liver resection surgery (MILS) programs starts from procedures with a low degree of technical difficulty. Data regarding the real short-term advantage of laparoscopy according to technical difficulty are still lacking. The aim of the present study is to evaluate the differential benefit of laparoscopic over open technique according to the technical difficulty of the procedures and to investigate if efforts associated with laparoscopic approach are always justified.
Laparoscopic
complexity
liver
outcomes
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