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Intraoperative ultrasonic navigation for laparoscopic colorectal surgery with preservation of the left colic artery

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Urade, T., Fujinaka, R., Abe, T. et al. Intraoperative ultrasonic navigation for laparoscopic colorectal surgery with preservation of the left colic artery. Tech Coloproctol 22, 703–708 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10151-018-1853-7

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