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Figure 3 | Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery

Figure 3

From: The adequacy of single-incisional thoracoscopic surgery as a first-line endoscopic approach for the management of recurrent primary spontaneous pneumothorax: a retrospective study

Figure 3

The setting for single-port thoracoscopic surgery. We initially confirmed the site of the abnormal lung (the green arrow in 3A). Then a grasp was used to assist in resection with a linear stapler (3B). At times, the instruments may become crossed in the course of completing the procedure, because of the restriction by the tiny wound (3C). Scissors may be required to cut the specimen from the remaining lung (3D).

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