Xi'an consensus on magnetic surgery
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CitationLv, Y ; Shi, Y ; Wang, B (2019) Xi'an consensus on magnetic surgery.8(2), Hepatobiliary Surgery and Nutrition177-178, part.2
The interest in magnetic surgery has increased over the past decade following the development of minimally invasive procedures. Magnetic surgery is defined as surgical treatment by utilization of magnetic technology. Specifically, magnetic surgery includes but is not limited to magnetic compression anastomosis (Magnamosis), magnetic anchoring technique, magnetic navigation technique, magnetic sphincter augmentation, self-assembling magnets for endoscopic intestinal bypass, magnetic compression ostomy, correction of congenital deformities, etc. Magnetic surgery is developing rapidly and created a new surgical field.
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