Research Project of MS in Minimal Access Surgery

The aim of this study is to show the importance of implementing a supervised laparoscopic suturing skills curriculum for surgeons,
The study was done at the world laparoscopy hospital, from the department of Minimal Access Surgery with the prior pilot study
A Dissertation Submitted To Singhania University For The Degree Of Master In Minimal Access Surgery Under The Guidance Of Dr. R.K. Mishra.
A randomized controlled trial finds no benefit of robotic surgery for this common procedure of Laparoscopic versus robot-assisted repair.

The operation of Cholelithiasis in Cirrhotic patients is a high-risk procedure. In the past surgeons were reluctant to operate on cirrhotic
To investigate the clinical outcomes of patients where posterior colpotomy was used as a route of specimen extraction
From the beginning of an era of in- vitro fertilization, chances were always there for the fertilized ovum to stuck the site other than
Vesicovaginal fistula (VVF) is an embarrassing condition to women . Various routes of surgical intervention exists all over the World.
Research on the comparative study of Followup study comparing open hysterectomy of expert surgeon and laparoscopic approach.
Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery, also known VATS is heart surgery performed through several small incisions.
The use of Infrared ureteral stents is a safe and cost-effective procedure that can aid in laparoscopic surgery.
Sometimes, there are certain mistakes that can happen during laparoscopic cholecystectomy procedure.
In minimal surgery the technique of first entry in human body with the telescope and instruments is called access technique.
One specific complication of Hirschsprung disease’s surgery is obstruction, that can arise from mechanical causes
Borderline ovarian tumor (BOT) is a distinct variety of epithelial ovarian tumor with low malignant potential to invade the other organs

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