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We postulated that the use of robotics may significantly improve outcomes in hiatal hernia repair.
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To achieve proficiency in performing a surgical procedure is a milestone in the career of a trainee. Objective measures to assess the surgical skills are emphasized i
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Advances in laparoscopic imaging the past decade has brought to light new achievements as major contributions to intraoperative decision during laparoscopic procedures.
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