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 SS  Vol.3 No.2 , February 2012
Single-Incision Robotic Surgery
Abstract: Introduction: Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILSTM) has been developed as a less invasive laparoscopic surgery. On the other hand, robotically assisted surgical technology has offered new options for minimally invasive surgery. In this study, we report a new surgical technology to perform SILS using the da Vinci S surgical system (Intuitive Surgical Inc., Sunnyvale, CA). Materials and Surgical Technique: A porcine liver with gallbladder was placed on an endoscopic surgery trainer, and a 25 mm incision was made for one robotic camera and two instruments at the umbilicus position. Both instruments were crossed while preventing them from colliding with each other, and Robot-assisted single-incision cholecyctectomy was perfumed. Discussion: This technique is expected to contribute to the development of a number of procedures in the future.
Cite this paper: N. Ishikawa, M. Kawaguchi, H. Moriyama and G. Watanabe, "Single-Incision Robotic Surgery," Surgical Science, Vol. 3 No. 2, 2012, pp. 84-86. doi: 10.4236/ss.2012.32015.
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