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The "inside approach of the gallbladder" is an alternative to the classic Calot's triangle dissection for a safe operation in severe cholecystitis.

Bibliographic reference Hubert, Catherine ; Van Beers, Bernard ; Annet, Laurence ; Gigot, Jean-François. The "inside approach of the gallbladder" is an alternative to the classic Calot's triangle dissection for a safe operation in severe cholecystitis.. In: Surgical Endoscopy : surgical and interventional techniques, Vol. 24, no. 10, p. 2626-2632 (2010)
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