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Robotic McKeown Esophagectomy for End-Stage Achalasia
Gwan-Nulla D, Carpenter C. Robotic Mckeown Esophagectomy for End-Stage Achalasia. April 2022. doi:10.25373/ctsnet.19593274
Partial or total esophagectomy is indicated for the management of end-stage achalasia. The instrumentation and optics of the robotic platform in this video allowed for a minimally invasive direct and complete mobilization of the thoracic esophagus with relative ease.
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