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Robotic Assisted Wedge Resection for Pulmonary Nodule Using Intraoperative ICG Tattoo
Alberton, Luis; Costas, Kimberly (2017): Robotic Assisted Wedge Resection for Pulmonary Nodule Using Intraoperative ICG Tattoo.
CTSNet, Inc.. https://doi.org/10.25373/ctsnet.5147683
Retrieved: 16:14, Jun 27, 2017 (GMT)
Indocyanine green (ICG) dye injection can be used to help identify nodules deep in the lung that would have been otherwise difficult to find. A surgeon can inject the ICG dye in the operating room using navigational bronchoscopy. This video presents the case of a 45-year-old female patient who underwent a robotic assisted wedge resection for a pulmonary nodule, using intraoperative navigational bronchoscopy and ICG tattoo of the nodule.