Endoscopic Surgery of the Potential Anatomical Spaces
F. Rulli & Attilio Maria Farinon
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'Potential anatomical spaces' have attracted surgeons in the past and in recent years. Due to the development of modern imaging techniques and the advent of minimally invasive surgery, access to these spaces has become a real surgical option. The purpose of this book is to document the challenges related to 'potential anatomical spaces', traditionally described as 'hidden' spaces. The spread of video-assisted surgery and its application in the management of diseases involving organs or anatomical structures placed in the 'potential spaces' (neck, mediastinum, pro-peritoneum and retro-peritoneum, subfacial space of the leg, and axilla), has rendered their surgical anatomy less abstract.