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Minimally Invasive Pediatric Urologic Surgery, An Issue of Urologic Clinics

Aseem R. Shukla



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Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
28 February 2015
Urology & urogenital medicine; Paediatric medicine; General surgery
Urologists were early adaptors of robotic assisted laparoscopy, and pediatric urology similarly led in incorporating the technology into the surgical armamentarium for treating even the smallest infants. And it is in that tradition that this issue of Urologic Clinics of North America surveys the journey from the earliest pure laparoscopic procedures to the most advanced reconstruction possible today due to evolutions in technology. The issue begins with the procedure that arguably popularized the laparoscopic approach in pediatric urology-the laparoscopic orchiopexy, then posit the continued relevance of pure laparoscopy in the robotic era, before finally surveying contemporary advances in robotic-assisted pediatric urologic surgery. The issue is of relevance not only tor the novice contemplating a transition to laparoscopy or robotics but also for the seasoned minimally invasive surgeon seeking to enhance skills and augment his or her practice.
By:   Aseem R. Shukla
Imprint:   Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
Country of Publication:   United States
Edition:   42nd edition
Volume:   42-1
Dimensions:   Height: 264mm,  Width: 186mm,  Spine: 18mm
ISBN:   9780323354530
ISBN 10:   032335453X
Series:   The Clinics: Internal Medicine
Publication Date:   28 February 2015
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

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