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Ask the Experts: Should You Add Mini-Laparoscopy?

Top surgeons share their thoughts on the tiny tools and whether the technique is worth adding.

Posted 12/02/15 | Kendal Gapinski, Contributing Editor | Post a comment

The Case for Biologic Hernia Repair

Though more costly, is there evidence that using biologic mesh results in lower infection and recurrence rates?

Posted 12/02/15 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | 1 comment

10 Abdominal Surgery Advances

Innovative techniques and tools continue to move the ball forward.

Posted 11/03/15 | Jim Burger, Senior Editor | Post a comment

Microlaparoscopy: A Shortcut to Better Outcomes

It's time to think small when it comes to certain procedures.

Posted 09/03/15 | Aurora Pryor, MD | Post a comment

Infection Prevention: It Pays to Irrigate the Abdominal Cavity

It's an often overlooked, highly effective way to prevent infection.

Posted 07/09/15 | Gary Biesecker, MD, FACS | 1 comment

What's New in Minimally Invasive Surgery?

It's all about improved visualization and less trauma at this year's SAGES Annual Meeting.

Posted 06/04/15 | Aurora Pryor, MD | Post a comment

What Surgeons Want in Their Staplers

It's a short list: no malfunctions and no leakage.

Posted 11/13/14 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

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