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Abdominal
after intervention
Laparoscopic
Cholecystectomy
Abdominal
after intervention
Traditional
Cholecystectomy
Abdominal
after intervention
Kidney Donation
Living
Laparoscopic
Abdominal
after intervention
Donation kidney
Traditional Living


Historical
The first endoscopic exploration of the peritoneal and pleural cavities in humans was performed by the Swedish Jocobeus in 1910 with a cystoscope reflected light.
The following years were marked by the proliferation of studies on the development of new lighting systems and new optical

Professor Boni
with Sir Alfred Cuschieri,
pioneer of mini-invasive surgery.
Sir Alfred Cuschieri (member of our
International Advisory Board) published in 1978
a first set of diagnostic laparoscopy
humans, for the staging of cancer
pancreas.


In 1987, in Lyon, Philippe Mouret performed the first successful cholecystectomy videolaparoscopic in humans.
The success obtained by this method and technological developments have led thus expanding the indications.



Modern surgery rooms with high definition system integrated for mini-invasive surgery are available at the research center