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Robotic Resection of Giant Esophageal Leiomyoma
Soni Chousleb, MD, Virginia R. Litle, MD, Michael I. Ebright, Chaitan Narsule, Hiran C. Fernando, MD.
Boston Medical center, Boston, MA, USA.

OBJECTIVE: To present a novel approach for large esophageal myomas
METHODS: Robotic assisted resection
RESULTS: The patient tolerated the procedure well and did well postoperatively. currently she doesnt have any dysphagia
CONCLUSIONS: Minimally invasive techniques have revolution the world of surgery, by decreasing pain and shortening the length of stay. Robotic approach currently offers all those benefits plus the advantage of a 3 D view for the surgeon.


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