- •Robotic gastrectomy (RG) retrieves more lymph nodes than laparoscopy in gastric cancer.
- •Specific areas of lymph nodes involved supra-pancreatic and lesser curvature areas.
- •RG is associated with decreased blood loss and lower CRP level than laparoscopic gastrectomy (LG).
- •No difference in complications, length of stay, or mortality between RG and LG.
- •RG could provide better surgical and oncological procedures than LG.
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