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Commentary: The Road Less Traveled

      Thoracoscopic anatomical lung resection (TALR) is a novel operation for children with well-defined congenital lung malformations that preserves all normal lung tissue.
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      • A Novel Surgical Method for Congenital Lung Malformations: A Pilot Study
        Seminars in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
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          Thoracoscopic surgery for congenital lung malformations (CLMs) has been widely used. However, there are still many shortcomings in the current surgical methods, such as the removal of some normal lung tissue and residual lesions. Thoracoscopic anatomical lesion resection (TALR) may be an effective and safe method to resolve these problems. This retrospective study was conducted to estimate the safety and efficiency of TALR. A retrospective review of clinical data involving patients who underwent TALR in our hospital from October 2019 to January 2021 was performed.
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