New Challenges in Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery

New Challenges in Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery

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In the 5 years since the publication of Urologic Laparoscopy by the Japanese Society of Endourology and ESWL, the field has moved on apace, particularly technologically. It is with an eye on the need to disseminate the latest information on this progress that this collection has been assembled, highlighting the most recent advances in laparoscopic urologic oncology surgery. With treatment options becoming ever more complicated, it is essential to keep the prime objectives in mind - improved quality of life for the patient, minimal complications, early convalescence, and a better end result. In our effort to cover a broad range of techniques from renal cyst decortication to robotic laparoscopic camera control, we are in debt to surgeons at the forefront of treatment, not only in Japan but worldwide, and to manufacturers who are constantly innovating in their equipment. The contributors are enthusiastic in their expertise, as shown in the quality of the material they have produced.aquot;Roboticallyaquot; Assisted Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy Antonio Renda, Xavier Cathelineau, Francois Rozet, Herve Baumert, and Guy Vallancien ... Surgeons look at a aquot;virtualaquot; target on a television screen, so their sensory input decreases, as does their dexterity. ... The clinical benefits of these systems are unknown, however, and they must weighed against the high investment and running costs.

Title:New Challenges in Laparoscopic Urologic Surgery
Author:E. Higashihara, S. Naito, M. Tadashi
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2004


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