CAV 2011 – Coût réel de la chirurgie robotique.

Titre : CAV 2011 – Coût réel de la chirurgie robotique.
Intervenants : Thomas DENNIS (Equipe médico-économique de Lille, Lomme).
Résumé : Etude du surcoût de la cœlioscopie robot-assistée dans la colpohystérectomie élargie.
Analyse des avantages : Moindre morbidité : moins de lésions urétérale ou vésicale. Marges saines obtenues plus souvent. Préservation facilitée des nerfs à destinée vésicale en particulier. Inconvénient : le surcoût

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