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Technique, Outcomes with Navigational Bronchoscopy Using Indocyanine Green for Robotic Segmentectomy.

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Summary of "Technique, Outcomes with Navigational Bronchoscopy Using Indocyanine Green for Robotic Segmentectomy."

Our objectives are to present our outcomes of robotic segmentectomy and our preferred technique for nodule localization using indocyanine green both bronchoscopically and intravenously.

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Name: The Annals of thoracic surgery
ISSN: 1552-6259
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