Debate 3 – The laparoscopic approach is preferred


Presented by Dimitrios A. Linos, MD, PhD at the SAGES 2013 Annual Meeting; SAGES/AAES – MIS Endocrine Postgraduate Course: Controversial Topics in MIS Endocrine Surgery

introduction–23 sec
suspected ACC–47 sec
biochemical factors–1:04
imaging factors–1:12
case study–3:28
histological criteria–4:20
citations–4:38 http://www.ncbi

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