|Title||Outcomes after 20 years of experience in minimally invasive living-donor nephrectomy|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2022|
|Authors||Musquera M, Peri L, D'Anna M, Ajami T, Ribal MJ, Vilaseca A, Revuelta I, Álvarez-Vijande R, Palacios A, Diekmann F, Monsalve C, Tena B, Izquierdo L, Martos R, Paredes D, Beltran J, Oppenheimer F, Alcaraz A|
Introduction: The transperitoneal laparoscopic approach is considered the gold standard technique for living kidney donation. Other accepted laparoscopic techniques include the retroperitoneal approach, natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES)-assisted, laparo-endoscopic single-site surgery (LESS), with excellent results in the donor and graft. Many studies have compared these techniques with open ones. Our objective is to describe our experience and results in minimally invasive living-donor nephrectomies (MILDN): laparoscopic, NOTES-assisted, and LESS since their introduction in March 2002.
|Notify Library Reference ID||4942|