About this Research Topic
This Topic will focus on controversial or emerging themes in Minimal Invasive Pediatric Urology.
Over the past several years, minimal invasive surgery is reaching a “plateau”, and it seems that new goals are difficult to reach. Notwithstanding, some teams continue to evolve, and it’s certainly interesting to know about their results and to understand why and how they obtain their results.
On the other hand, some techniques are really opening new doors in the treatment of several congenital urologic malformations. Here again, it would be interesting to read what happens in those new fields (lithiasis, megaureter) and how those techniques can eventually be extended to new departments.
This Research Topic welcomes article submissions related to controversial or emerging themes in Minimal Invasive Pediatric Urology.
Keywords: Urology, minimal invasive, surgery, child, results
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