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Posterior dissection RUL Bronch and PA. The bronchus and first pulmonary artery branch are dissected and divided from the posterior approach. This may be necessary for large anterior tumors that prevent anterior visualization


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Cite this video as: Philip W. Carrott, David R. Jones . Posterior dissection RUL Bronch and PA. The bronchus and first pulmonary artery branch are dissected and divided from the posterior approach. This may be necessary for large anterior tumors that prevent anterior visualization. Asvide 2014; 1: 125. doi:10.3978/asvide.2014.125

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Submitted at: May 09, 2014. Accepted for publication:
DOI: 10.3978/asvide.2014.125

Authors

Philip W. Carrott 1 , David R. Jones 2

Affiliations

1 Department of Surgery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI, USA
2 Department of Surgery, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York NY, USA

Corresponding Author

David R. Jones, Email: jonesd2@mskcc.org