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Robotic Right Middle Lobe Lobectomy
Welcome to the ninth of twelve videos that compose the series "Thoracic Surgical Oncology - Technical Approaches" by Professor Tristan D. Yan. To learn more about the series and see the complete list of videos, click here.
This video demonstrates some basic robotic surgical techniques on right middle lobe lobectomy. The robotic endoscopic view is very similar to that of the Edinburgh Posterior approach for VATS lobectomy. You can check out our previous video on "VATS Right Middle Lobe Lobectomy" for comparison.
The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital provides the largest thoracic oncology service in New South Wales, Australia. Robotic surgery is an integral part of our Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic Surgery Program.
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