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Robotic Pancreatoduodenectomy for Pancreatic Head Cancer: a Case Report of a Standardized Technique

DOI :

10.3791/62863-v

13:38 min

June 24th, 2022

June 24th, 2022

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1Department of Surgery, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Amsterdam UMC, location University of Amsterdam, 2Cancer Center Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 3Department of General Surgery, Istituto Ospedaliero Fondazione Poliambulanza, 4Department of Surgery, Northshore University Health System, 5Department of Surgery, Amsterdam UMC, Vrije Universiteit, Cancer Center Amsterdam, 6Department of Surgery, OLVG

Robotic pancreatoduodenctomy (RPD) has been highly standardized in recent years and may be used in selected patients with pancreatic head cancer, including those with a replaced right hepatic artery. This case report describes a standardized and reproducible technique for RPD, which includes the approach of the Dutch LAELAPS-3 training program to an aberrant vasculature.

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