2018
DOI: 10.1055/s-0038-1645872 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Needlescopic video-assisted thoracic bilateral T4 sympathicotomy could reach an excellent and immediate result of treating PPH. It is a safe, convenient, and minimally invasive method appropriate for wide clinical use.

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“…Success rates of over 90% for curing or improving symptoms of severe palmar hyperhidrosis have been described [24][25][26][27][28]. More recent studies by Chen et al and Feng et al, in which respectively 10.275 and 200 patients with palmar hyperhidrosis were treated with thoracoscopic sympathicotomy, even reported a success rate of 100% [29,30]. Nevertheless, literature comparisons should be interpreted with caution, since in most studies different nomenclature and definitions are used.…”
Section: The Current Status Of Minimally Invasive Sympathicotomy For Palmar Hyperhidrosismentioning
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“…Success rates of over 90% for curing or improving symptoms of severe palmar hyperhidrosis have been described [24][25][26][27][28]. More recent studies by Chen et al and Feng et al, in which respectively 10.275 and 200 patients with palmar hyperhidrosis were treated with thoracoscopic sympathicotomy, even reported a success rate of 100% [29,30]. Nevertheless, literature comparisons should be interpreted with caution, since in most studies different nomenclature and definitions are used.…”
Section: The Current Status Of Minimally Invasive Sympathicotomy For Palmar Hyperhidrosismentioning