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    In the latest edition of Surgical Technology International XVII : SURGICAL OVERVIEW First Clinical Application of a Navigation-Controlled Shaver in Paranasal
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      In the latest edition of Surgical Technology International XVII :

      SURGICAL OVERVIEW

      First Clinical Application of a Navigation-Controlled Shaver in Paranasal Sinus Surgery
       
       
      Face Validity Study of the ProMIS Augmented Reality Laparoscopic Suturing Simulator
       
       
      Effectiveness of LigaSure™ Diathermy Coagulation in Liver Surgery
       
       
      Prevention and Treatment of Surgical Thrombosis and Thromboembolism
       
       

      WOUND HEALING

      SILVER© Versus Other Antimicrobial Dressings: Best Practices!
       
       
      Comprehensive Management for Venous Stasis Ulcers
       
       
      Current Management of Venous Ulcers: An Evidence-Based Review
       
       
      Healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers using Cortical Bone Fenestration and Cell Therapy
       
       
      Biological Basis of Diabetic Foot Wounds
       
       
      Creative Limb-Salvage Surgical and Endovascular Revascularization Strategies in Treating Critical Limb Ischemia
       
       
      Role of Keratinocytes in Healing of Chronic Wounds
       
       
      Evidence-based Rationale for Offloading Treatment Modalities
       
       

      GENERAL SURGERY

      Cut-and-Screw Insertion: A Method for Safe and Speedy Secondary Trocar Insertion in Laparoscopic Surgery
       
       
      Capsule Endoscopy for Detection of Small Bowel Malignancies
       
       
      An Update of Available Innovative Staple Line Reinforcement Materials in Colorectal Surgery
       
       
      Anorectal Sepsis and Fistula-in-Ano
       
       
      The Advantage of Kakita's Method with Pancreaticojejunal Anastomosis for Pancreatic Resection
       
       
      Fecal Incontinence: An Update on Available Techniques in Diagnosis and Treatment
       
       
      Mid-term Results of Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Repair of Large Hiatal Hernia: A Symptomatic and Radiological Prospective Cohort Study
       
       

      GYNECOLOGY

      Site-Specific Rectocele Repair with Dermal Graft Augmentation: Comparison of Porcine Dermal Xenograft (Pelvicol®) and Human Dermal Allograft
       
       
      Use of Circular Stapler for Laparoscopic Excision of Rectosigmoid Anterior Wall Endometriosis
       
       
      Using a Laparoscope Manipulator (LAPMAN®) in Laparoscopic Gynecological Surgery
       
       
      A Long-Survived Case with Solitary Splenic Metastasis From Ovarian Carcinoma
       
       
      Laparoscopic Sacral Colpopexy
       
       
      Dermoid Tumors of the Ovary: Evaluation of the Gasless Lift-Laparoscopic Approach
       
       
      The Role of Vessel Sealing Technologies in Laparoscopic Surgery
       
       

      CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY

      Valsalva Graft in the Bentall Procedure: From Mechanical Valve
      to the BioValsalva, World's First Biological Aortic Conduit
       
       
      Medium-Term Results of Surgical Ventricular Restoration with Papillary Muscle Realignment: Providing Additional Benefits in Enlarged Ischemic Left Ventricle
       
       
      Completely Endoscopic Microwave Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation on the Beating Heart using Bilateral Thoracoscopy
       
       

      ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY

      Evaluation of the accuracy of three CT-free surgical navigation systems in total knee arthroplasty (TKA) using a coordinate measuring machine
       
       
      Strategies to Reduce Blood Loss During Posterior Spinal Fusion for Neuromuscular Scoliosis: A Review of Current Techniques and Experience with a Unique Bipolar Electrocautery Device
       
       
      Midflexion Instability in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty
       
       
      A Comparison of the Minimally Invasive Dual-Incision versus Posterolateral Approach in Total Hip Arthroplasty
       
       
      Minimally Invasive Therapeutic Interventional Procedures in the Spine: An Evidence-Based Review
       
       
      Endoscopic Assisted Microdecompression of Cervical Disc and Foramen
       
       
      Perioperative Complications of Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS): Comparison of MIS and Open Interbody Fusion Techniques
       
       
      Restoration of Function in Complete Spinal Cord Injury Using Peripheral Nerve Rerouting: A Summary of Procedures
      Latest issue:   SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL XVII
      Edited by:
      Zoltán Szabó, PhD, FICS,
      Prof. A. Johannes Coburg,
      Raghu S. Savalgi, MD, PhD(surg),
      FRCS Harry Reich, MD, FACS, FACOG,
      Manabu Yamamoto, MD, PhD,
      Harold Brem MD
      Articles are categorized by Surgical Speciality.
      Surgical Technology International serves as a compendium of the most recent and exciting concepts in multiple subspecialties dealing with advanced technology.

      The subjects and the excellent photography included in Surgical Technology International will serve as a review and picture the future for those with an interest in the introduction of new technologies.
      I am sure that the issues of Surgical Technology International would be valuable addition on the shelfs of your library.
       
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      Surgical Technology International representative.
       
       
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