|Title:||Needlescopic-assisted thoracoscopic pulmonary anatomical lobectomy and segmentectomy for lung cancer: a bridge between multiportal and uniportal thoracoscopic surgery||Authors:||SHUN-MAO YANG||Keywords:||Anatomical resection; Lung cancer; Needlescopic; Uniportal||Issue Date:||Jan-2019||Publisher:||SPRINGER||Journal Volume:||49||Journal Issue:||1||Start page/Pages:||49-55||Source:||Surgery today||Abstract:||
Needlescopic instruments allow us to perform complex laparoscopic procedures, which are almost painless and scarless postoperatively; however, their utilization in thoracoscopic surgery has been limited to minor procedures, including bullectomy and sympathectomy. We present our initial experience of performing thoracoscopic anatomical lung resection via a single utility incision with additional needlescopic working ports and compare the operative results with those of uniportal video-assisted thorascopic surgery (VATS).
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