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Outpatient robot-assisted adrenalectomy: Is it safe?

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      • Robot-assisted adrenalectomy can safely be performed in the outpatient setting.
      • Thorough preoperative work-up and preparation for surgical intervention are required.
      • Patients should be monitored in PACU and evaluated prior discharge to determine if inpatient admission is warranted.
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