TORS

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TORSTransoral Robotic Surgery
TORSThrown Object Restraint System (Vermeer Manufacturing Company)
TORSTaskforce for Obesity Research at Southwestern (Dallas, TX)
TORSTransformer Oil Regeneration System (Omega Systems)
TORSTrinity Outpatient Rehabilitation Services (Rock Island, IL)
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Kim, "Transoral robotic surgery for hypopharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma: 3-Year oncologic and functional analysis," Oral Oncology, vol.
We then evaluated the factors that might be important in terms of robotic surgery through the mouth via transoral robotic surgery (TORS).
Surgeon experience and complications with transoral robotic surgery (TORS).
Transoral robotic surgery: supraglottic partial laryngectomy.
Transoral robotic surgery vs transoral laser microsurgery for resection of supraglottic cancer: a pilot surgery.
The da Vinci robotic platform (Intuitive Surgical Inc, Sunnyvale, California) was first reported in otolaryngology research in 2005, and the term transoral robotic surgery was soon adopted to describe this new modality.
Transoral robotic surgery compares favorably with other surgical modalities in several areas.
La cirugia robotica transoral (en ingles, transoral robotic surgery o TORS) es una tecnica minimamente invasiva (MIS, por sus siglas en ingles) usada para tratar diversas patologias de cabeza y cuello, incluyendo lesiones tanto benignas como malignas.
Continuing on the new technology theme, Deborah Woodcock looks at transoral robotic surgery (TORS), the establishment of this service in her workplace and the patient benefits.
Recently several authors have described Transoral Robotic Surgery (TORS) as a viable approach for resection of neoplasms of the parapharyngeal space with minimal morbidity.
Undavia has also presented on topics such as, The Nasal Valve and Sleep Apnea, Transoral Robotic Surgery and Quality of Life, and New Techniques in Facial Rejuvenation.
The aim of this retrospective study was to describe the oncologic and functional results of treating oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma with transoral robotic surgery and neck dissection as monotherapy.