The Role of Minimally Invasive Liver Surgery to Treat Hepatic Benign Disease

Posted On 2020-05-28 05:42:11



Benign liver disease is extremely frequent and often asymptomatic. During the recent years, the widespread use of radiological imaging, in particular the use of abdominal ultra-sound, has significantly increased the incidence of benign liver lesions incidental diagno-sis. This series aims to report and analyze the surgical results following MILS for the most frequent liver benign lesions that a surgeon may have to manage.

Editorial
The role of minimally invasive liver surgery to treat hepatic benign disease
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