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Robot Surgery

Robotic surgery is still in the early stages even though robotic assisted surgery is increasing continuously. Thus, exact and careful understanding of robotic surgery is necessary because chaos and confusion exist in the early phase of anything. Especially, the confusion may be increased because the robotic equipment, which is used in surgery, is different from the robotic equipment used in the automobile factory. The robots in the automobile factory just follow a program. However, the robot in surgery has to follow the surgeon’s hand motions. I am convinced that this In-Tech Robotic Surgery book will play an essential role in giving some solutions to the chaos and confusion of robotic surgery. The In-Tech Surgery book contains 11 chapters and consists of two main sections. The first section explains general concepts and technological aspects of robotic surgery. The second section explains the details of surgery using a robot for each organ system. I hope that all surgeons who are interested in robotic surgery will find the proper knowledge in this book. Moreover, I hope the book will perform as a basic role to create future prospectives. Unfortunately, this book could not cover all areas of robotic assisted surgery such as robotic assisted gastrectomy and pancreaticoduodenectomy. I expect that future editions will cover many more areas of robotic assisted surgery and it can be facilitated by dedicated readers. Finally, I appreciate all authors who sacrificed their time and effort to write this book. I must thank my wife NaYoung for her support and also acknowledge MiSun Park’s efforts in helping to complete the book.

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Robot SurgeryEdited by Seung Hyuk Baik

Published: January 1st 2010

ISBN: 978-953-7619-77-0

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38694 Total Chapter Downloads

13 Crossref Citations

22 Web of Science Citations

30 Dimensions Citations

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1. Classification, Design and Evaluation of Endoscope Robots

By Kazuhiro Taniguchi, Atsushi Nishikawa, Mitsugu Sekimoto, Takeharu Kobayashi, Kouhei Kazuhara, Takaharu Ichihara, Naoto Kurashita, Shuji Takiguchi, Yuichiro Doki, Masaki Mori, and Fumio Miyazaki

3372

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2. Extreme Telesurgery

By Tamás Haidegger and Zoltán Benyó

3789

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3. Telementoring and Telesurgery: Future or Fiction?

By Vitor da Silva, Tom McGregor, Reiza Rayman and Patrick PW Luke

2628

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4. Simulation Model for the Dynamics Analysis of a Surgical Assistance Robot

By Hans-Christian Schneider and Juergen Wahrburg

2347

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5. Robotic Assisted Colorectal Surgery

By Seung Hyuk Baik and M.D.

3823

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6. Robotic Surgery of the Colon: The Peoria Experience

By Steven S Tsoraides, M.D., M.P.H., Franziska Huettner, M.D., P.h.D., Arthur L Rawlings M.D., M.Div. and David L Crawford, M.D.

2348

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7. Robotic Sacrocolpopexy and Sacrocervicopexy for the Correction of Pelvic Organ Prolapse

By James C Brien, Michael D Fabrizio and James C Lukban

3257

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8. Robotic Assisted Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

By Khaled Sakhel

7615

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9. Robotic Surgery for Lung Cancer

By Joao-Carlos Das-Neves-Pereira, Marc Riquet, Françoise Le-Pimpec-Barthes, Paulo-Manuel Pego-Fernandes and Fabio Biscegli Jatene

2739

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10. Robotic Surgery in Ophthalmology

By Irena Tsui, Angelo Tsirbas, Charles W. Mango, Steven D. Schwartz and Jean-Pierre Hubschman

3820

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11. Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Central Pancreatectomy with Pancreaticogastrostomy (Transgastric Approach)

By Chang Moo Kang and M.D.

2956

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