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Acknowledgments

The author received no funding for this study, and the written communication was not supported by any Grants or other funding. Dr. S. Atallah is a paid consultant for Applied Medical, Inc., and Surgiquest, Inc. Dr. A. DuBose has no disclosures to report. Dr. S. Larach has no disclosures to report.

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Atallah, S., DuBose, A. & Larach, S.W. Towards the development of simultaneous two-field robotic surgery. Tech Coloproctol 20, 71–73 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10151-015-1403-5

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Keywords

  • Tamis
  • Robotic Camera
  • Transanal Total Mesorectal Excision
  • Robotic Cart
  • Transanal Access