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A review of single site minimally invasive surgery in infants and children.Academic Article Why?
Minimally invasive surgery for solid tumors.Academic Article Why?
Minimally invasive surgery in children with cancer.Academic Article Why?
The role of minimally invasive surgery in pediatric trauma: a collective review.Academic Article Why?
Minimally invasive surgery for pediatric trauma-a multicenter review.Academic Article Why?
25th Anniversary State-of-the-Art Expert Discussion With George W. Holcomb, MD, on the Evolution of Minimally Invasive Surgery Techniques with a Close-Up on Laparoscopic Fundoplication.Academic Article Why?
Advances in paediatric gastroenterology.Academic Article Why?
Are Foley catheters needed after minimally invasive repair of pectus excavatum?Academic Article Why?
Efficacy of left thoracoscopy and blunt mediastinal dissection during the Nuss procedure for pectus excavatum.Academic Article Why?
Experience with a simple technique for pectus bar removal.Academic Article Why?
Laparoscopic patch repair of diaphragmatic hernias with Surgisis.Academic Article Why?
Letter to the Editor concerning: "Results of pectus excavatum correction using a minimally invasive approach with subxyphoid incision and three-point fixation".Academic Article Why?
Minimally invasive bar repair for 'redo' correction of pectus excavatum.Academic Article Why?
Outcomes Using Cryoablation for Postoperative Pain Control in Children Following Minimally Invasive Pectus Excavatum Repair.Academic Article Why?
The Minimally Invasive Repair of Pectus Excavatum Using a Subxiphoid Incision.Academic Article Why?
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