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Gastric surgery is one of the most relevant fi elds of development for minimally invasive technologies. Laparoscopy is now widespread, and several studies have demonstrated its feasibility and safety even in some advanced oncological procedures. Robotic surgery has several intrinsic advantages that theoretically can improve an extensive lymphadenectomy or the reconstruction phase.
Much remains to be addressed in this field and further studies are necessary to offer the patient the best possible approach based on his characteristics and the stage of his disease.
The present report off ers an overview on robotics and its role in gastric surgery.


Laparoscopy Minimally invasive surgery Gastrectomy Gastric cancer

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Parisi, A., & Huang, C.-M. (2019). Reconstruction methods during laparoscopic gastrectomy. Journal of Gastric Surgery, 1(1), 19–21.

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