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Authors Nap, Wijnberger and Wijburg declare that they have no conflicts of interest (both personal and institutional) regarding specific financial interests that are relevant to the work conducted or reported in this manuscript.
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Videofragment: In this fragment, part of the robot procedure is shown in the upper part. In the lower part the cystoscopic view is presented. The nodus is removed in toto from outside of the bladder, under cystoscopic view of the inside of the bladder, enabling the surgeon to resect the nodus as precise as possible. (MP4 83495 kb)
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Nap, A.W., Wijnberger, L. & Wijburg, C. Robot-assisted partial cystectomy for bladder endometriosis. J Robotic Surg 8, 393–396 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11701-014-0474-z
- Endometriotic Lesion
- Punctum Maximum
- Endometriosis Lesion
- Bladder Endometriosis