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A novel laparoscopic technique for retro-aortic and retro-caval lymphadenectomy

      Highlights

      • A novel gauze suspension method allows for safe removal of the retro-aortic and retrocaval lymph nodes.
      • Demonstrates the anatomy of the abdominal aorta (AA) and inferior vena cava (IVC)
      • To prevent leakage of lymphatic fluid, lymphatic vessels should be cauterized at both ends and double-checked for closure.

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