Successful Transition to Robotic-Assisted Lobectomy with Previous Proficiency in Thoracoscopic Lobectomy.

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Summary of "Successful Transition to Robotic-Assisted Lobectomy with Previous Proficiency in Thoracoscopic Lobectomy."

The learning curve and the advantages of transitioning to robotic-assisted lobectomy by a surgeon who is proficient in thoracoscopic lobectomy is currently unknown. The cost of robotic lobectomy has been reported to be higher than thoracoscopic lobectomy and there is no significant decrease in hospital length of stay.


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Name: Innovations (Philadelphia, Pa.)
ISSN: 1559-0879
Pages: 1556984519845672


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