March 1, 2022
This entry in the Brief Reviews series examines current literature on the various uses, benefits, and limitations of laparoscopy in trauma care. The authors are Marcus Cezillo, MD, TCBC, Robson Uwagoya, MD, Paola Panadés, MD, Samanta Bueno, MD, and Hugo Gregoris, MD, from the department of acute care surgery and trauma at the Municipal Hospital Antônio Giglio, Osasco, Brazil.
Read the full text of "Laparoscopy in the Context of Trauma: Too Slow or Too Fast?"
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